Category Archives: Hounslow

Inland submit Cavalry Barracks plans

Inland Homes have submitted plans for a 1,629 home redevelopment of the Hounslow Cavalry Barracks site. Inland acquired the site in mid-2020, following an MOD process partly assisted by inclusion in the Capital West London opportunity pack. Inland say in … Continue reading

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Bedfont lakes potential sale

M&G Property is discussing a sale of the Bedfont Lakes office campus, it is reported. CoStar suggests the sale price for the the 374,661 sq ft office development could be in the region of £115m. Private equity investor Henley is said … Continue reading

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International SOS recommits to Chiswick Park

International SOS has recommitted to Chiswick Park, with a new lease set to keep the health and security services business’ headquarters at the Gunnersbury location until 2031. The company occupies 43,639 sq ft in Building 4 at the park. Arnaud … Continue reading

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Heathrow Logistics Park on the market

Blackrock are reported to have put their Heathrow Logistics Park on the market with a target price of around £103m. The fully-let park developed in partnership with Graftongate provides 316,000 sq ft of warehouse space across four units let to … Continue reading

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Pladis picks Chiswick Park

After 21 years, pladis, one of the world’s leading snacking companies, will be relocating its global head office to Chiswick Park, in the summer of 2021. pladis brands include McVitie’s and Jacob’s. The company employs 16,000 worldwide and operates 25 … Continue reading

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Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work Launches New Sustainability Strategy

Chiswick Park, the business campus located in West London, has launched Enjoy-Work Together, a new Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) strategy for 2021. The ESG strategy assesses the impact of the sustainability and ethical practices of the business. Each ESG factor … Continue reading

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Chiswick High Road building sold

DTZ Investors has sold 326-334 Chiswick High Road to Farm Street Capital for £11.6m. The multi-let building contains two retail units and nine flats, currently for private rent. The shops are let to Robert Dyas and Boot. Farm Street say … Continue reading

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Hounslow creatives get new network

Hounslow Council is collaborating with Creative People & Places Hounslow, Creative Enterprise West, and film/TV producer, Carl Schoenfeld, to provide a free development programme that aims to give producers and freelancers the confidence to reach their creative and business potential … Continue reading

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Hounslow Council announces extra support for businesses

A new programme of business support is being launched to help town centre businesses trade safely and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The 12-week programme will help support the self-employed, pre-start, start-up and small businesses across all industries. Online workshops, … Continue reading

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Morrisons join Ballymore in Brentford

Ballymore has now exchanged contracts with Morrisons for a store in their Brentford Project scheme. The 36,000 sq ft store on Brentford High Street will open in 2023. The new supermarket will include Market Street counters, Nutmeg clothing and a new … Continue reading

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Mayor launches creative jobs fund

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched a new £1.3m fund to help increase employment and training opportunities in the creative industries for Londoners. As part of the Mayor’s Creative Enterprise Zones, the fund will support jobs and small … Continue reading

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Hounslow’s creative sector receives a welcome boost for job creation

Hounslow’s creative sector has gained half a million pounds in a creative industries jobs boost. A timely win for the borough’s economic recovery ambitions, the fund will help people into creative careers, and support small businesses. The new £500k pot comes … Continue reading

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Feltham Magistrates Court plans approved

MCR Property Group’s plans to regenerate the former Feltham Magistrates’ Court into 28 new homes and apartments have been approved by the Hounslow Council. The Victorian courthouse, originally built in 1902 as Feltham Town Hall, has remained derelict since 2016 … Continue reading

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Chiswick Park wins cycling award

Chiswick Park has received a Gold CyclingScore accreditation for its onsite facilities. With 13% of the employees working onsite cycling in, Chiswick Park is updating its cycle hub and has already increased its bike parking from 500 to 800 secure … Continue reading

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Hines buys near Heathrow

Hines has acquired a logistics park near to Heathrow Airport on behalf of the Hines Pan-European Core Fund (HECF). The park was purchased from Aberdeen Standard Investments for £80 million ($105.9 million). Developed in 2013, the Dnata City site comprises … Continue reading

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Hounslow to trial UK’s first autonomous road delivery vehicle

Hounslow is to be the first location in the UK to trial autonomous electric delivery vehicles on its roads. The Kar-go, designed by British start-up, Academy of Robotics, will be the first custom-built autonomous delivery vehicle to travel on the … Continue reading

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Boston Manor to receive Historic Houses Foundation funding

Boston Manor House in Hounslow is set to receive funding towards essential restoration from the Historic Houses Foundation. The Historic Houses Foundation is a major beneficiary of the Heritage Stimulus Fund, recently announced by the UK Government and Historic England, … Continue reading

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Hounslow approves Recovery Plan

Hounslow Council’s Cabinet has approved the Council’s Recovery Plan to support the borough over the major economic and social challenges over the months ahead. Bringing together four months of work with a range of organisations, businesses, voluntary and community groups, … Continue reading

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Hounslow to hold Digital Festival

Hounslow Council has announced its first Digital Festival Hounslow which takes places in November 2020. Digital Festival Hounslow will bring the biggest names in tech such as Microsoft, Amazon and Google as experts from these giants deliver seminars and workshops … Continue reading

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Sega HQ hits the market

LaSalle Investment Management has put 27 Great West Road, a seven-storey office in Brentford, on the market. JLL have been appointed to manage the sale of the 103,000 sq ft building which includes Sega’s European HQ. Other tenants include Worley, … Continue reading

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