The mixed-use retail, food and leisure offer is designed to provide a diverse community-based programme.
Berkeley Homes has submitted plans to Spelthorne Borough Council for a major residential scheme in Staines-upon-Thames.
Berkeley Homes is set to submit revisions to its Old Kent Road scheme, SE15. Amendments to the scheme propose 1,300 homes, up to 44 storeys in height.
Big Yellow Self Storage has submitted plans to redevelop its York Road site in Battersea, SW11.
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TfL has announced that the opening of the central section of Crossrail’s Elizabeth line, between Paddington and Abbey Wood, has been delayed until autumn 2019. It had previously been scheduled to open on 9 December 2018.
The Canary Wharf Group has objected to British Land’s redevelopment proposals for Canada Water, SE16, claiming they underestimate demand for public transport and overestimate its capacity.
Woking Borough Council has submitted plans for two major high-rise residential projects in its town centre, through its own development vehicle, Thameswey.
Berkeley Homes has submitted an EIA application to Watford Borough Council for a major residential-led scheme close to the town centre.
Weston Homes has submitted an EIA application for a major residential-led scheme close to Barking town centre.
The English Cities Fund has revealed plans for a large residential-led scheme in Canning Town, E16. Around 800 homes across eight buildings with towers of 19 and 33 storeys are proposed.
Legal & General has unveiled its alternative vision for Bristol’s “Temple Island”, subject to the Mayor’s decision on the best use of the plot, as it looks to transform the 5 acre site into a vibrant new quarter for the city.
Sadiq Khan has approved 441 new homes in Brentford after using his “call-in” powers following the scheme’s refusal by Hounslow Council.
Frasers Property has submitted plans to Tower Hamlets Council for an office-led scheme near Aldgate East Tube station.
HUB and Bridges Fund Management have submitted plans for a build-to-rent scheme in Wembley, HA9
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In what will likely be heralded as a victory for local campaigners ,the 38- and 48-storey towers have been dropped.
Two schemes in Greenwich, with more than 1,000 homes combined, have been “called in” by the mayor of London after they were refused consent at planning committee last month.
Labour councils in Greenwich and Haringey have called in projects submitted by microflat developer Pocket Living
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London’s planning approvals fell for the second year running in 2017, according to the latest GLA statistics, with a total of 69,000 units granted consent, although this figure was still above the 10-year average.
London’s housing completions pushed past the 40,000 mark last year, according to the latest GLA statistics.
The GLA has released its Housing in London report, an annual account and in-depth look at the capital’s housing market.
Great Portland Estates has revealed plans for its New City Court site, near London Bridge, SE1. The plans involve a 35-storey office building, a stone’s throw from the Shard.
Communities secretary James Brokenshire has attacked London mayor Sadiq Khan and the draft London Plan, questioning its housing targets and arguing that the plan is not consistent with the National Planning Policy Framework.
U+I has submitted a fresh EIA application for 8 Albert Embankment, SE1, the site of the former headquarters of the London Fire Brigade. The application comes more than 18 months after a similar EIA scoping application was submitted, with plans now seeing an uplift on previous proposals.
The Berkeley Homes subsidiary will provide 2,900 new homes as well as 140,000 sq ft industrial space
Barking and Dagenham Council’s development company, has revealed plans for a major residential-led scheme in the heart of Barking town centre.
Reef Estates has been granted planning consent for a major mixed-use scheme near King’s Cross.
St William has submitted an EIA application for 2,800 homes for the Poplar gasworks site on Leven Road, E14, in what will be its biggest scheme to date.
Haringey ditches housebuilding jv with Lendlease and joins the London boroughs that are building on their own
Meyer Homes has won planning consent from Kingston Council for nearly 1,000 homes in Tolworth.
Both Rockwell’s Charlton Riverside scheme on Anchor and Hope Lane, SE7, and JMH Group’s Harrow Manorway in Abbey Wood, SE2, were refused. Why, and where can developers go from here?
The City of London Corporation has granted planning consent to the £1.5bn “Diamond tower”; a 56-storey office tower that will become the City’s third tallest.
The vast majority of large housebuilders are planning to increase their construction starts this year, while most small developers expect to decrease activity or leave output unchanged, according to new Knight Frank research.
Countryside has submitted plans to Bromley Council for more than 400 homes and a cultural hub on Ethelbert Road in Bromley
Unite is eyeing a return to the capital for the first time in five years, submitting plans to Tower Hamlets for a major student housing scheme on the City Fringe, E1
Queensgate Investments has submitted plans to Kensington and Chelsea to redevelop the Kensington Forum Hotel, next to Gloucester Road station, SW7.
London’s co-living sector has suffered a fresh blow as another site hits the market after planning consent was not achieved.
City of London planning officers have recommended London & Oriental’s 1.2m sq ft tower at 100 Leadenhall, EC3, for approval
Delancey has won approval for its long-running and contentious Elephant & Castle development plan
Havering Council and joint venture partner Wates have revealed further plans for their multi-estate, £1bn regeneration project
A major residential scheme in Whitechapel, E1, recently granted planning permission by an inspector on appeal, could have far-reaching effects on housing densities and rights to light in inner London.
Private sector housebuilders are often criticised for land banking, but Stratford shows government bodies can be just as bad.
Just nine days after getting the green light from Lambeth Council for the redevelopment of the Oval gas works site, where 738 homes are planned, developer Berkeley has submitted plans for the adjoining Tesco site on Kennington Lane, SE11.
Barratt last week won reserved matters consent for the final two phases at its Hendon Waterside scheme, NW9.
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X1 Developments has submitted plans for a residential-led mixed-use regeneration scheme at South Bank in Leeds
Battersea Power Station Development Company has started phase three of its major SW8 regeneration scheme
The Guinness Partnership has acquired a residential development site in Bromley-by-Bow, E3, with consent for more than 400 homes