Grow Heathrow lose eviction action

Lewdown Holdings have won an eviction action against Grow Heathrow, who were squatting a disused market garden in Sipson.

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Hayes gets Gold Disc

Hillingdon Council, in collaboration with architects The Decorators, has replaced the old Hayes bandstand with a modern golden disc-shaped canopy – a reference tot he area’s historical association with vinyl records – which will act as a community space.

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H&F arts gets boost

Theatres and arts groups in Hammersmith & Fulham will share in an £8.6million funding boost over the next four years.

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Heathrow moves on air quality

Emma Gilthorpe, Heathrow’s Executive Director responsible for delivering expansion, has announced further major steps forward in the airport’s plans to improve London’s air quality, as Heathrow gets on with delivering the third runway.

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Crossrail stations delayed

Five west London Crossrail stations will not be ready as planned, causing a strong reaction from Ealing Council where most of them are situated.

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Mayor launches Borough of Culture search

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has launched the search for the first-ever London Borough of Culture.

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More towers fail cladding fire test

More tower blocks have failed the BRE’s cladding fire test, being undertaken in the wake of the Grenfell tragedy, bringing the national total to 181, with more being identified in West London.

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Sadiq launches Good Growth Fund

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced a new £70 million regeneration programme to support growth and community development in London.

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Ealing space transformation project

Ealing Council has launched the latest round of its “Transform your Space” scheme.

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Crossrail 2 CIL consultation

The Mayor of London has launched a public consultation on the Community Infrastructure Levy Preliminary Draft Charging Schedule that will be used to contribute towards the funding of Crossrail 2.

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L&G and Mitusbishi start work in Hammersmith

LGIM Real Assets and Mitsubishi Estate London have broken ground at 245 Hammersmith Road, on a 250,000 sq ft office based scheme.

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Amplio sells in Ealing

Amplio Developments has sold an industrial building in Acton to a housing association for £13.5m.

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Transport Minister says R3 “proceeding”

Transport Minister Lord Callanan has said that the expansion of Heathrow will happen despite it not being mentioned in the recent Queens Speech. Continue reading

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Work starts on Hounslow school site

Work has started on the redevelopment of the Hounslow Town Primary School site.

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Consultation opens on OPDC local plan

The revised draft of Old Oak and Park Royal’s Local Plan was approved for public consultation by the OPDC Board on 22 June 2017.

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London – not just a pretty face

London First have released a report with Gensler focssed on creating better places within the Capital, to keep it globally competitive.

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OPDC filming project

Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation hav estarted work on their on-site filming project.

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Valor buys in Hayes

Valor Real Estate Partners has bought a Hayes industrial building from Prologis for around £27m.

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SEGRO and Barratt submit Nestle plans

SEGRO and Barratt Homes have submitted plans for a mixed use redevelopment of the Nestle factory site in Hayes.

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DUP deal makes Heathrow expansion more likely

There has been speculation that the  poor Government performance in the recent General Election puts the expansion of Heathrow at risk, but the deal wil the DUP would seem to make it more likely.

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