The seven-acre site will feature 475 homes spread over 39 buildings of up to eight storeys in height.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan is set to overhaul and amend the Mayoral Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) policy so that small and medium-sized builders can pay less upfront. The Greater London Authority will also encourage councils to do the same for the local authority CIL.
Westfield is to boost its retail offer and build homes at its Stratford shopping centre, amid store closures by a number of retail chains
DTZ Investors has submitted plans to Southwark Council for a major residential scheme on Old Kent Road, south-east London
A joint venture between Cozumel Estates, which is wholly owned by the Reuben brothers, and Folkestone & Hythe District Council has submitted plans for a garden town in Kent
Stone Hill Park has submitted plans to Thanet Council for a major mixed-use development, including 3,700 new homes, on the former Manston Airport site, near Ramsgate, Kent.
Watkin Jones has submitted an EIA application for 295 build-to-rent homes in a development of up to 13 storeys in Uxbridge, UB8.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has directed Westminster City Council to refuse planning consent for the proposed extension of the Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge, SW1, citing a lack of affordable housing
Joint developers Berkeley and Peabody have submitted plans to Greenwich for 1,800 new homes at West Thamesmead Gateway, SE28.
WeWork subsidiary WeLive has submitted plans for its first London site, near Old Street roundabout, EC1.
US multi-family giant Cortland has secured its second UK development, joining the growing number of developers building skyscrapers in the centre of the commuter belt in Woking, Surrey
Despite getting approval in the draft London Plan, not one co-living scheme has yet been granted permission. So what does this emerging asset class need to do to help solve the housing crisis?
EG RESIDENTIAL SUMMIT: The build-to-rent sector could provide greater GDV than the build-to-sell model by 2023, a residential investment expert has said
EG RESI SUMMIT: Panellists debated whether planners should consider a developer’s track record in design when granting permission for high-density schemes
An EIA application has been submitted to the London Legacy Development Corporation for 640 homes
Avanton has submitted plans to Southwark Council for 1,165 new flats, in five towers of between 15 and 48 storeys on the Old Kent Road, E15.
Friends Life, part of the Aviva Group, has won planning consent for 325 new homes in Dagenham Dock, east London
Salmon Harvester has submitted plans for 322 build-to-rent homes in Kingston-upon-Thames town centre
Prime minister Theresa May has appointed Shelter’s former head of policy Toby Lloyd as the new housing policy adviser
COMMENT: There’s a small site providing seven new homes about 200 yards at the end of my road. I pass it every day on my commute to work and have watched its progress from demolition to completion over the past 24 months, writes Paul Wellman
James Brokenshire, MP for Old Bexley and Sidcup, has been appointed secretary of state for housing, communities and local government. He replaces Sajid Javid, who has been promoted to home secretary.
Ex-Quintain chief executive Max James is teaming up with the GLA to build 7,000 homes on a riverside site at London’s Royal Docks, E16
Northern & Shell Investments, the property subsidiary of media tycoon Richard Desmond, is preparing to submit a new EIA application, to more than double the number of homes in its Westferry Printworks scheme, E14.
Havering councillors have, for the moment, refused plans for the huge 2,900-home Beam Park development in Rainham, RM13.
London’s tall buildings pipeline slowed last year. EG data reveals how – and why.
Affordable housing starts across London have hit the highest level since 2011, with 12,526 homes coming out of the ground in the year to 31 March 2018
EG’s London Residential Research has mapped opportunities and comparable sites within 800m of all London tube and railway stations.
Canary Wharf Group has withdrawn plans for a 3.7m sq ft Isle of Dogs mixed-use scheme at North Quay, following a spike in construction starts on residential towers in the area.
Stanhope and Network Homes have submitted plans for 571 homes in Southall, west London
Joint venture partners Europa Capital and St Congar Land have submitted an EIA application for 3,200 homes on the former Ford plant in Dagenham Dock, east London
Joint venture partners Peabody and Redrow have acquired their second site, a two-acre site in Ealing Road, Alperton, HA0
Acton Gardens LLP, a joint venture between L&Q and Countryside, has submitted an EIA application in order to revise plans and substantially uplift the current planning consent.
Westbourne Capital Partners has won consent from Westminster for a super-prime residential development overlooking Regents Park, NW1
Weston Homes is to submit plans for a 1,000-home scheme in Barking after acquiring a six-acre site from Estates & Agency Properties
EG data provides an in-depth look at tall building applications and construction starts in London during 2017, and explains the reasons behind them.
Pair are in talks to sign a forward funding deal.
EG’s London Residential Report pulls out the trends from the data to give you the answers
MIPIM 2018: Building homes in London’s outer boroughs, especially on small sites, were lauded today as a solution to the capital’s housing crisis
MIPIM 2018: It’s not countries, it’s not even cities, rather, it’s neighbourhoods that are driving increased focus for global investors
Revised plans to turn Criterion Capital’s iconic Trocadero, near Piccadilly Circus, W1, into a hotel featuring a rooftop pool are set to get the green light from Westminster’s planning committee next week
The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has used his planning powers to call in a major residential scheme that was refused planning consent
More than 28,000 private homes were started across London in 2017, a near flatline on the corresponding figure for both 2016 and 2015.
The new Chinese owners of Nine Elms Square, SW8, are to start construction on more than 1,850 new flats in one wave before the end of the year, despite oversupply in the area
Grainger chief executive Helen Gordon said this morning she was “so disappointed at the London Plan.”
London’s build-to-rent market has exploded in recent years, with the first wave of schemes now coming on stream. A flurry of others are not far behind in the construction phase and even more are on the drawing board, ready to get off the ground, with seasoned renters now opening their eyes to a whole new offer and product.
London Green and joint venture partner Topland Group have secured planning permission for nearly 300 new homes across two linked projects in Brentford, TW8.
Greenwich Council’s independent housing delivery arm has announced a plan to contribute up to £10,000 to tenants to go towards a mortgage deposit.
The number of schemes being refused planning permission in the capital continues to rise, and small schemes are being hit the hardest.
Delancey has requested a deferral until March for plans for its Elephant & Castle retail scheme after they met with a backlash from local people
LocateED, the government-owned property company created to develop free schools in England, has submitted a planning application for a 122,000 sq ft digital skills school in Aldgate East, E1.