Wandsworth Digitech launch

Wandsworth Council has set up a new business support programme to help the borough’s digital and technology sector.

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Catalyst in Southall

Catalyst has partnered with Berkeley Group to deliver 186 affordable units as part of the first phase of the Southall Gasworks development.

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Sadiq says Crossrail 2 is essential

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan has said that the capital’s transport network will “grind to a halt under the strain of overcrowding” unless the Government backs plans for Crossrail 2.

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More Feltham consultation

Hounslow Council is consulting on the latest draft of its Feltham Masterplan.

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Brentford Lock West Phase 2 to launch

Phase two at Brentford Lock West is to be launched for sale by developer Waterside Places.

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“No plans” to build housing on RAF Northolt

The RAF has no plans to allow the building of 20,000 homes on RAF Northolt, it is reported. Continue reading

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Quintain to increase PRS at Wembley

Quintain is to significantly increase the proportion of homes for rent in its Wembley Park plans.

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Lombard Wharf tops out

A topping out ceremony has been held at Barratt London’s Lombard Wharf, in Battersea, to mark the highest point of its 28-storeys being reached.
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Old Oak Park viaduct progress

There is agreement around a key access point to the Old Oak Park scheme in Park Royal.

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New Thames Path section open

A new section of the Thames riverside has opened to the public as part of the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station.

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Affordable add to Gurnell

Ealing Council says it is working to secure affordable homes for rent as part of the redevelopment of the Gurnell Leisure Centre site.

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Northcote library consultation

Wandsworth Council is consulting on plans to build a bigger and better Northcote library and replacement community hall.

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Merger for Barnet and Southgate College

Barnet and Southgate College and Waltham Forest College are consulting on plans to merge.

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Slough looks good in CFC rankings

Slough is the second most productive place in the UK according to the latest research conducted by the Centre for Cities.

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West London Business Awards 2017 winners announced

The Polish Bakery, based in Park Royal, scooped three awards at the 2017 West London Business Awards, including the title of West London Company of the Year.

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Imperial buys in to Perfume Factory

Imperial College has bought part of Essential Living’s Perfume Factory scheme in North Acton, and intends to build student accommodation.

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Pop-up architectural exhibition for Wealdstone

Architects Milligan Knight have created an exhibition in the window of a vacant Wealdstone shop which aims to explain the architectural process.

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Higgins gets Garratt Lane

The regeneration of a key stretch of Garratt Lane in Earlsfield has taken another step forward with the appointment of a contractor tasked with providing new housing on council owned brownfield sites along with a new community health centre.

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SEGRO Plan to Keep London Working

A report commissioned by SEGRO says that it is crucial to halt the loss of London’s industrial land now, in order to sustain the city as it continues to grow.

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Heathrow NPS published

Heathrow’s expansion programme has passed its first delivery milestone and, sat the Airport, is advancing on schedule as the Government publishes its draft Airports National Policy Statement.

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