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U+I has announced Aspect as the first company to take space in the Record Store at The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes.
Harrow and Hillingdon are two of four London boroughs to receive part of a £200,000 grant from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affaris (DEFRA) for a new Natural Flood Management project in which Brunel University plays a significant … Continue reading
Build to rent developer Be has announced that it is moving to a no fees model for its be:here Hayes development at The Gatefold Building at The Old Vinyl Factory.
Legal & General has put 4 The Square at Stockley Park on the market.
Under the funded Co-Innovate programme Brunel University London is offering London based SMEs, Start-Ups and Entrepreneurs free innovation support.
Claire Lomas MBE – the first and only paralysed person to walk the London Marathon – honoured West London employers and Apprentices for their achievements at Uxbridge College’s annual awards night.
The Mayor of London has called on the Government to say how it will replace vital funding that benefits the capital that will be lost once the United Kingdom leaves the European Union.
The Arora Group has exchanged contracts for the sale of WBC4, an office building at Heathrow, to Spelthorne Borough Council for £47.25 million.
Local Uxbridge MP and Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, and leader of Hillingdon Council, Raymond Puddifoot, have officially opened TraceLink’s new European headquarters in Uxbridge.
Uxbridge and Harrow Colleges merged on August 1 this year, and say they will work together to provide the best opportunities to students while keeping their individual names and campuses.
The joint venture between Landid and Brockton Capital has reached agreement with three major occupiers to take space in the partnership’s landmark 240,000 sq ft office development in Uxbridge town centre.
The Central Research Laboratory (CRL) has selected the candidates for their next Accelerator programme.
Almost £2.4 million has been invested in a new joint research institution, the China–UK Institute of Innovative Quality Engineering and Smart Technology at Brunel University London.
Spelthorne Borough Council has acquired an office building on Stockley Park.
A group of business students from Uxbridge College have undertaken two-week long work placements at Transport for London (TfL) after participating in its annual Schools Challenge, Innovate TfL in association with Cleshar.
The Uxbridge BID will become a reality, after it wins its ballot.
Cineworld have opened their new 11-screen complex in South Ruislip.
Lewdown Holdings have won an eviction action against Grow Heathrow, who were squatting a disused market garden in Sipson.
Hillingdon Council, in collaboration with architects The Decorators, has replaced the old Hayes bandstand with a modern golden disc-shaped canopy – a reference tot he area’s historical association with vinyl records – which will act as a community space.
Five west London Crossrail stations will not be ready as planned, causing a strong reaction from Ealing Council where most of them are situated.