Essential gets Brentford consent

Essential Living has been granted consent for a 221 home development on the former Morrisons site in Brentford.

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Flower Market move

The Flower Market at New Covent Garden Market has moved into a new home in Nine Elms.

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GLA pledges cash for South Kilburn enterprise hub

The Greater London Authority has pledged £750,000 from the London Regeneration Fund for the refurbishment of the Granville Centre in South Kilburn.

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Capco sells ECO venues

Capco has exchanged and completed on the sale of Venues, its exhibition business, comprising Olympia London together with related assets, for £296 million.

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Barratt and Hyde for Harrow View

Barratt London has teamed up with Hyde Group to redevelop the former Kodak Factory site in Wealdstone.

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Chinese developer buys in Vauxhall

CLS Holdings has exchanged contracts for the unconditional sale of the site of its proposed mixed-use Vauxhall Square development to R&F Properties, a Chinese property developer.

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Sadiq does L&Q deal

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced a partnership with L&Q which aims to invest £8 billion in 20,000 new homes across the capital – 12,000 of which will be, says the Mayor, “genuinely affordable”.

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PWL Awards shortlist announced

The shortlist has been announced for the Place West London Awards 2017.

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Kings Mall installs pop-up studio

As part of their Arts Strategy, Hammersmith & Fulham Council’s Arts Development and HammersmithLondon have partnered with Kings Mall on an interactive exhibition in a vacant unit in the shopping centre.

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City Harvest heads for Acton Park

SEGRO has signed up City Harvest to its Acton Park Estate in Park Royal.

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Brunel Place tops out

Brunel Place, U+I’s development in central Slough, has topped out and been renamed.

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WLB publishes policy commission reports

West London Business has published the reports of its four policy commissions, set up to look at the future of the West London economy.

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Inland Homes secures planning for Randalls site

Inland Homes has secured a resolution to grant planning permission at its site at the former Randalls department store in Uxbridge to develop 58 homes.

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West Ealing gets ASBO protection

Ealing Council is to create a public space protection order (PSPO) to help deter anti-social behaviour in West ealing following a supportive public consultation.

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Barrett wins Cherry Award

The Alan Cherry Award for Placemaking has been presented to Richard Barrett, Head of Estate Regeneration at Brent Council.

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Councils keep up anti-R3 campaign

The Leaders of four London and Thames Valley councils have continued their anti-expansion campaign by assusing the government of “failing to come clean” on the impact of Heathrow expansion.

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Spurs agree extension

Tottenham Hotspur have agreed a one-month extension on the deadline to decide whether to play home games away from White Hart Lane in the 2017/18 season. Continue reading

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Crossrail 2 vital say builders

Leading figures from homebuilding, property industries and housing associations have urged the Government to give its firm backing to Crossrail 2 and provide a key boost in tackling London’s housing crisis.

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Slough buys TVU site

Slough is set to benefit from investment of more than half-a-billion-pounds after the council struck a deal to buy key piece of land in the centre of the town.

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Hanwell Zoo opens

Brent Lodge Animal Centre, often called the “Bunny Park”, has reopened as Hanwell Zoo,

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