Category Archives: Slough
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.
Slough Borough Council has begun its search for a new chief executive.
GlaxoSmithKline is to close its Slough plant, at a cost of 320 jobs to the town.
Slough Borough Council leader Cllr Sohail Munawar has unveiled a business rate relief fund to support Slough pubs.
Aberdeen Asset Management is progressing plans for a 180 bed hotel and 260 flats near Slough Railway Station.
James Taylor Homes is marketing a 25 home develpment at Blake House in Slough town centre.
Slough Ice Arena will open in March next year, ahead of schedule, the council has announced.
Slough Urban Renewal’s Wexham Green development is nearing launch.
LRE Capital and XLB have launched the 110,000 sq ft office building 25 Windsor Road, in Slough.
The partnership between Landid and Brockton Capital has signed up to achieve WELL Building Standard certification for The Porter Building, putting the 120,000 sq ft development in Slough in line to be one of the first office buildings in the … Continue reading
Home owners of derelict homes in the borough have been served with a notice of compulsory purchase (CPO) by the council as part of a new ‘use it or lose it’ policy.