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Hounslow Council has made a Compulsory Purchase Order over the area south of the High Street to allow Ballymore’s plans to be built out.
Hounslow Council has signed up with Partnership Homes – part of Willmott Dixon – to deliver 1,500 homes.
Phase two at Brentford Lock West underwent a successful sales launch, with the penthouses selling out inside a weekend.
Ealing and Hounslow Councils have agreed council tax rises.
Mizen Group has started construction of a new four-storey residential development of 34 homes for Goldcrest.
Hounslow Council have resolved to approve the London Irish planning application to allow rugby at the new Brentford Community Stadium.
Hounslow Council is consulting on the latest draft of its Feltham Masterplan.
Phase two at Brentford Lock West is to be launched for sale by developer Waterside Places.
Students from The Claude Littner Business School (CLBS) have helped local football club Brentford FC in the search for success off the pitch in the local community.
Linkcity has signed agreements with Notting Hill Housing Trust and Hounslow Council to kick start the creation of a £410 million development including new homes and a new civic building incorporating council offices, a library and café for Hounslow Council.
Hounslow Council’s regular resident poll has revealed strong support for expansion at Heathrow Airport.
Starbones’ plans for a residential tower on the Chiswick Roundabout site, known as the Chiswick Curve, have been refused.
The latest plans for the Chiswick Roundabout site, known as the Curve, have been recommended for refusal.
On behalf of a UK Pension Fund, Savills has completed the sale of a redevelopment opportunity at Great West Plaza to Quinata Global for £30.3 million.
The Education Funding Agency has agreed terms with Hounslow Council for a permanent site for Turing School, in Whitton.
Lampton 360, the developer set up by Hounslow Council, have submitted plans for their first new build project at Nantly House on Loampton Road.
Westminster Council is planning to buy 24 new homes in Hounslow for use as council homes for Westminster residents.
SEGRO has celebrated the success of its London Community Fund, launched in 2015, which is designed to support grass root community projects across the capital.
As part of Reading’s Year of Culture and the town’s festive Christmas celebrations, Reading 2016 has created The Thames Tower High Striker, a fairground-style interactive lighting of the 15-storey building in front of Reading Station.
One of the first properties acquired by Hounslow Council’s new trading company, Lampton 360, has been let.