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Slough Borough Council and Osborne have officially opened their shared premises at Hawker House, Langley.
Landid and Brockton have completed The Porter Building in Slough, in line to be the first office building in the UK to achieve the global WELL Building Standard certification.
Slough is the most productive place in the UK, beating London into second place, a report from the Centre for Cities has suggested.
A whole street of eighteen council homes in Slough – named Foxglove Close – has been handed over to the council.
Developed by the joint venture partnership between Landid and Brockton Capital, The Porter Building is one of the first offices in the Thames Valley region to receive a Wired Certified Platinum rating.
Seven Capital has bought the Lion House Depot site in Slough for £10.5m.
Slough Borough Council is enacting a new legal order that will give the council and the police greater power to curb anti-social behaviour in public places across the town.
McAfee has agreed a new letting at Standard Life’s Urban Building in Slough for its new UK HQ.
Slough has emerged as a prime spot to live and work in a survey of salaries, vacancies and house prices.
AEW has signed telecoms company ZTE as a new tenant at Bath Road Central business park.
The Landid and Brockton JV have secured their first tenant at The Porter Building next to Slough Station.
A record number of apprentices are celebrating their graduation from a programme run by Slough Borough Council and Arvato.
Lancaster’s new Jaguar Land Rover dealership on SEGRO’s Slough Trading Estate has completed.
The Baylis Park pond project has been nominated for a Living Waterways Award.
AEW UK has signed three new occupiers to their newly refurbished Waterside Court scheme in Langley.
Rockspring Property Investment Managers has acquired an urban logistics assets near Heathrow from Airport Property Partnership.
Slough Urban Renewal has started work on Phase two of Slough Council’s small sites programme.
Slough Borough Council has agreed to develop new homes on two pieces of council owned open land.
Slough’s most famous street art installation, by Global Street Art, is the subject of an ideas competition for its reuse.
The main construction work to turn Slough’s Langley Leisure Centre into a facility fit for the future has begun.