Meyer brings forward Master Brewer plans

Meyer Homes has submitted plans for the Master Brewer site.

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First Record Store tenant announced

U+I has announced Aspect as the first company to take space in the Record Store at The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes.

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Heathrow R3 consultation launched

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has set out the next stage of delivering a third runway at Heathrow Airport, launching a consultation on the revised draft Airports National Policy Statement and government response to the airspace consultation

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Laing O’Rourke gets Brent Cross job

Hammerson and Standard Life Investments, joint owners of Brent Cross Shopping Centre, have announced that Laing O’Rourke has been chosen as the preferred contractor for the retail extension of Brent Cross London.

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Outer London “failing to build”

New figures from London First suggest that many of London’s outer boroughs are failing to build enough homes and are contributing substantially to the city’s housing crisis.

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Harrow and Hillingon get flood cash

Harrow and Hillingdon are two of four London boroughs to receive part of a £200,000 grant from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affaris (DEFRA) for a new Natural Flood Management project in which Brunel University plays a significant part.

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London Business Rate Retention deal

London should be able to invest more money in vital infrastructure and public services after the Mayor, Sadiq Khan, and London boroughs took a step closer to a deal that will see London retain more of the money it raises through business rates.

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T-Charge kicks off with promise of rapid expansion

The world’s toughest emission standard, the £10 Toxicity Charge (T-Charge) which levies an extra £10 on any journey in to central London by an older diesel vehicle, has come in to force, with plans to expand it quickly to the North Circular, and made to include vehicles made as recently as 2016.

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Wandsworth Digitech grows

More than 135 people went along to the recent Wandsworth Digitech Next In Tech conference.

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Be announces zero fees for Hayes lettings

Build to rent developer Be has announced that it is moving to a no fees model for its be:here Hayes development at The Gatefold Building at The Old Vinyl Factory.

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WLA gets One Public Estate cash

The West London Alliance has been awarded £50,000 to further develop it’s bid to the Government’s One Public Estate and Land Release Fund.

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OPDC show detail

Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation have given more detail on their emerging delivery plan.

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Mayor overturns Swandon decision

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has approved a development previously refused by LB Wandsworth, saying he has boosted the affordable homes content.

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Ealing looks for Borough of Culture support

Ealing is canvassing support for its bid to become London Borough of Culture 2019.

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Hounslow Local Plan Review

Hounslow Council have opened a consultation on their Local Plan Review for the Great West Corridor and the West of Borough masterplans.

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Slough kicks off PSPO

Slough Borough Council is enacting a new legal order that will give the council and the police greater power to curb anti-social behaviour in public places across the town.

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Dukes Meadows consultation

Hounslow Council are consulting on improvements to Dukes Meadows, on its future as a major sports and recreation site.

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TfL kicks off Old Oak station consultations

Transport for London has begun a five week consultation on plans for two new London Overground stations at Old Oak.

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Adonis urges Heathrow action

Chair of the Infrastructure Commission Lord Adonis has warned the Government to address “perhaps the most serious infrastructure failure of all” and reach a firm decision on expanding Heathrow Airport – an issue yet to be resolved 13 years after the initial statement of policy for a third runway.

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Pop-up business school for Hounslow

Hounslow Council is supporting a PopUp Business School in the Treaty Centre.

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