- Five year high for industrial take-up
- Brent calls for derelict sites
- Pound opens Red Lion
- Headstone Manor gets HLF grant
- Heathrow poll shows national public support
- Observatory redevelopment to complete
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- Charter Building completes
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- Brent consults on CIL spend
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XLB and LREC expect to complete 25 Windsor Road in Slough in March 2017.
Slough is the second most productive place in the UK according to the latest research conducted by the Centre for Cities.
Part of the Slough Fire Station site could be sold for development, it is reported.
Two local authorities – Slough and Spelthorne councils – have announced the formation of a “Working with Heathrow” group, designed to maximise the huge employment, apprenticeship and investment opportunities to be created by a new runway at Heathrow Airport, while … Continue reading
Work has begun on new council homes in Slough, as part of their programme of small development sites.
Slough Council has opened a consultation on their new Local Plan.
Slough Borough Council has launched two public consultations – one on the draft housing strategy, which identifies the council’s housing priorities for the next five years, and another on the Housing Revenue Account (HRA) business plan, which considers how the … Continue reading
Works are underway for the Slough Mass Rapid Transit (SMaRT) bus service between the Slough Trading Estate and Slough railway station.
Work to create a new leisure facility on the Centre site in Slough is to begin.
Slough Council has confirmed that former Chief Executive Ruth Bagley has left the council.
Slough Council’s Cabinet is set to agree a multi-million pound refurbishment of Langley Leisure Centre and the ten pin facility at Salt Hill Park.
Slough Council is consulting on a new leisure facility to replace the bowling alley at Salt Hill Park.
A plan that sets out the council’s housing priorities for the next five years will go before Slough’s Cabinet.
Catalyst Capital has announced that a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) has acquired the Queensmere and Observatory shopping centres in Slough town centre.
Work has started on 104 new homes in Wexham Green – the latest housing development by Slough Urban Renewal.
The policy of the council buying properties in Slough which can be used for regeneration or provide an income is likely to be extended.
Benson Elliot has exchanged on the purchase of Slough Retail Park from Standard Life Investments.
Slough Urban Renewal has announced the two hotels in the centre of Slough will be Cycas Hospitality operated Marriott International hotels.
The second major project in Slough Council’s leisure strategy will move forward when Slough Ice Arena closes and work begins to redevelop it.
A new 99-bedroom hotel has been given the go-ahead by Slough Borough Council.