Wandsworth B&Q plans approved

Wandsworth Council have approved London Square’s plans for a large scale housing and retail development on the B&Q superstore site in Swandon Way that aims to deliver up to 500 new jobs and nearly 200 affordable homes.

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H&F celebrates office space uptake

Hammersmith & Fulham Council is celebrating being one of the top destinations for businesses as office take up doubles in the borough.

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Slough Ice Arena progress

Slough’s new Ice Arena is taking shape, as the timber clad and glass frontage to the new extension is now nearing completion.

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West London Business Awards 2018 winners announced

Everglade Windows has claimed the West London Company of the Year title at the 2018 West London Business Awards.

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Heathrow Hub criticises R3 plans

Heathrow Hub, the group promoting expansion at Heathrow through an extended northern runway rather than a new third runway, have responded to Heathrow’s latest round of consultation on their expansion plans.

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Wandsworth say no to Trust & SIM

Wandsworth’s planning committee has rejected Trust Real Estate and Savills Investment Management’s plans for a large housing and retail development in the heart of Putney town centre.

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Report says China link worth £510m

A  new Frontier Economics report says that new direct flights from Heathrow to China contribute £510 million per year in GDP to the UK economy and create 14,550 jobs.

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Crossrail to have more impact than expected

With Crossrail – the Elizabeth line – due to open in less than a year, GVA has published new research that shows its impact will be significantly greater than previously predicted in 2012.

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Griffin Estate sold

Orchard Street Investment Management has acquired The Griffin Centre industrial estate in Feltham.

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Quintain awards South West Lands contract

Quintain has awarded McAleer & Rushe a major construction contract to deliver 553 new homes at Wembley Park.

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High Street Quarter under way

The Leader of Hounslow Council, Councillor Steve Curran, has officially broken ground at Barratt London’s High Street Quarter development, which the council hopes will transform Hounslow Town Centre.

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Heathrow launches sustainability prize

UK businesses and organisations are being invited to apply for Heathrow’s first Sustainable Innovation Prize submitting ideas on how to address the environmental challenges of airports and the aviation industry.

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Porter is UK’s first WELL certified building

Landid and Brockton Capital’s office development – The Porter Building, in Slough – is the first in the UK to achieve WELL Building Standard certification.

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Treaty signed over

LaSalle Investment Management has acquired the Treaty Centre from Quidnet Capital.

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Kensington Centre plans

Pirbright Holdings and Quadrant Estates have submitted plans for a new office building on the Kensington Centre site.

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Vokins head for Summit

Brentford based Vokins Chartered Surveyors have acquired Floor 25 at the top of Kew Eye Tower, Great West Quarter, Brentford, from Barratt London.

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A2Dominion get Hanwell approval

A2Dominion’s plans for a residential development on the former Wickes site in Hanwell have been approved.

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Rectory Farm wins planning award

The winners of the London Planning Awards 2018 have been unveiled, including Formal Investments Rectory Farm cut-and-cover industrial scheme.

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Interim CEO for Slough

Slough Council has appointed an interim chief executive.

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Stoll consults on land sale

The Stoll Foundation is consulting on plans to sell half its land to neighbouring Chelsea FC to assist in their expansion plans.

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