Waterside launch new phase in Brentford

Waterside Places is launching Keelson Gardens, close to the Grand Union Canal in Brentford, for sale.

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Mini-golf heading for Westfield

A new entertainment concept – Puttshack – a mini-golf bar – is to open at Westfield London.

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Harrow launches business competition

Harrow Council has launched its fifth annual Business Den competition, offering a package of support to the winning idea.

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Inland sells Randalls

Inland Homes has said it has sold the Randalls department store site in Uxbridge, on which it gained consent for a 58 home development in 2017.

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Power Station Tube Station design approved

Wandsworth Council has approved designs for a the new London Underground station at Battersea Power Station.

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Sadiq unveils markets board

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced a package of measures to help protect and grow London’s street markets, including the creation of the London Markets Board, a team of industry experts and experienced business leaders.

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Wembley student scheme gets go ahead

Cole Waterhouse and Topland Group have been granted consent for a student accommodation scheme in Wembley.

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Support for Old Oak stations plan

Transport for London has published the results of its consultation that it says shows strong support for two potential new London Overground stations near Old Oak.

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New GLA sector jobs data

GLA Economics has produced a London Jobs series from 1971-2015 for sectors and boroughs which sets out the methodology used to develop a borough by sector employee jobs series, and the properties of this experimental series.

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Mayor says no to Grahame Park plans

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has refused permission for an the regeneration of the Grahame Park Estate, saying the net loss of 257 affordable homes which would result is unacceptable.

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Brunel wins bikes for Uxbridge

Brunel and Hillingdon are to get their own public bike scheme after the university successfully raised over £85,000 to secure a winning spot in the Santander Cycles University Challenge.

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Heathrow to propose R3 cost reduction

Heathrow say they have identified options that could enable delivery of an expanded hub airport for Britain for £2.5bn less than the plans submitted to the Airports Commission in 2015 by adding capacity at T2 and T5 instead of building a new terminal.

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Wandsworth approves digital hub plans

Wandsworth Council has approved plans to replace phone boxes with digital communication hubs on Northcote Road.

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Mayor plans Creative Enterprise Zones

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched plans to establish Creative Enterprise Zones across the capital to help creative talent thrive.

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Ealing decides roads cash

£3.5million is to be spent on improving roads and footpaths across Ealing.

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SHW gets Chiswick rooftop job

SHW’s London Building Consultancy team have been instructed to project manage the construction of 15 rooftop apartments in Chiswick Village on behalf of a private property company.

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Quintain appoints agents on Wembley Park core

Quintain has appointed three office agents to help make Wembley Park, its 85 acre mixed-use regeneration project, into a lively new office destination.

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Hounslow approves Article 4’s

Hounslow Council’s Cabinet has approved two Article 4 directions restricting the conversion of industrial space in to homes.

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Heathrow opens R3 consultation

Heathrow Airport has unveiled the details of a its first phase of public planning consultation on the project set for the new year.

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Ealing approves Galliford Try deal

Ealing Council’s plan to redevelop the 1.27 hectare (3.14 acres) site of Perceval House, their main office building in Ealing Broadway, has taken another step forward.

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