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A2Dominion are consulting on plans for a wholly affordable 177 home scheme on the former Morrison site on Bath Road.
Hounslow Council has approved Formal Investments plans for gravel extraction leading to the construction of an underground warehouse and new public park.
The Arbor at Brentford Lock West won a RIBA London Award recently.
Work has started on the redevelopment of the Hounslow Town Primary School site.
The programme of Government testing on cladding materials on tower blocks has failed several buildings in West London.
Hounslow Council has added members to its cabinet, with Councillor Candice Atterton, ward councillor for Hanworth ward, taking the portfolio of Jobs, Skills and Opportunities.
The RIBA London Awards winners have been announced, with some West London gems among them.
The winners of the inaugural Place West London Regeneration Awards have been announced, with Ealing Council winning the Grand Prix.
Chiswick Park has signed an agreement with the London Borough of Hounslow, the London Borough of Ealing, Network Rail and Transport for London to proceed with the development of a pedestrian bridge linking the Park to Chiswick Park station.
BP has sublet space at its Bedfont Lakes office to Birds Eye.
Wandsworth has five schemes on the shortlist for the 2017 Housing Design Awards, the most of any London Borough.
Runnymede Council has bought the Chiswick Green office building for around £60m.
Planning permission has been granted for Essential Living’s mixed-use retail and residential development at Brentford High Street East.
Essential Living has been granted consent for a 221 home development on the former Morrisons site in Brentford.
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.