Wandsworth to protect high streets from estate agents

Wandsworth Council is to give greater protection to retail space from being turned into estate agents.

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Flostream heads for Blackthorne

Flostream is to move to Goya’s Blackthorne Point development at Heathrow.

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Temporary modular homes in Ealing

Ealing Council have completed a modular temporary homes development on Borders Walk, in Hanwell.

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Business backs R3

Four out of five businesses say expanding Heathrow is key to the city’s future success and ability to compete, according to the latest CBI/CBRE London Business Survey.

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Heathrow 2.0

Heathrow 2.0, the airport’s new sustainability strategy, has launched a series of new initiatives to make Heathrow into a centre of excellence for aviation.

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Wandsworth pick Taylor Wimpey for York and Winstanley

Wandsworth Council have picked Taylor Wimpey as preferred partner for the redevelopment of the Winstanley and York Road estates.

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New data reveals scale of housing challenge for London

New analysis from the Fifty Thousand Homes campaign has revealed that a third of new homes consented in London are not built.

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Gasholders plan approved

Wandsworth Council has approved plans for the Battersea Gasholders site in Nine Elms.

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Uxbridge BID launched

Plans for a Business Improvement District for Uxbridge town centre have been launched, and received the backing of the local MP, Boris Johnson.

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Thorney Lane homes plan

The land owners group behind Thorney Lane Business Park in Iver are opening a consultation on plans to turn the park into homes.

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Nine Elms cultural space up for grabs

Cultural organisations have been invited to pitch for a new permanent residence in the heart of Nine Elms.

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Capco EC valuation drops, but progress made

Capco say in their annual financial statement that they are making significant progress at Earls Court, while their valuation of the scheme is down.

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Brentford Lock West shows strength of top end

Phase two at Brentford Lock West underwent a successful sales launch, with the penthouses selling out inside a weekend.

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Heathrow numbers provide strong base for expansion

Heathrow handled a record 75.7 million passengers in 2016, one percent up on the previous year, while profits also rose, providing a strong base for expansion.

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HS2 bill gets Royal Assent

The bill enabling the development of the first phase of HS2 to Birmingham has been given Royal Assent.
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York and Winstanley announcement

Wandsworth Council is set to decide on its development partner for the 2,000 home Winstanley and York Road estates regeneration.

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Councils agree CT rises

Ealing and Hounslow Councils have agreed council tax rises.

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New website for Wembley High Road

​​Over the past twelve months, a programme to develop Wembley High Road and The Triangle has been underway, with the latest improvement being a new website.

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Five year high for industrial take-up

2016 recorded a five-year high in industrial floorspace take-up, according to JLL’s latest Western Corridor Industrial & Logistics research.

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Brent calls for derelict sites

Brent Council has issued a call for sites for derelict and vacant, rundown, or underused sites in the borough ripe for development.

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