Hendon Waterside Wades on

Barratt Homes has gained planning permission for Phase 3b and Phase 3c of its development at Hendon Waterside. Planning permission will see the creation of 298 residential units (181 private and 117 social) as well as 1,245 sq m of commercial space. Overall these plans will be key to the regeneration of the whole area […]

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Hillingdon, Housing and Military Sites

RAF Uxbridge (St Andrews Park), RAF West Ruislip (Ickenham Park) and the former Air Traffic control centre (Drayton Garden Village ) in Hillingdon are currently being developed to provide 2,484 residential units. Hillingdon has seen a number of military sites turned into residential use, with 1,243 units completed to date. The table below shows developments so […]

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Final release at Marine Wharf

The final phase of Berkeley Home’s Marine Wharf development is set to launch this weekend. LRR subscribers can access the building record here. © Berkeley Group 2015

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Has Hyde called the top of the market?

Land banking, it goes on, we all know it does. I’ve argued before though that it’s actually a good thing, preventing more boom and bust (here). You can lump ‘slow build-out rates’ within the same bracket. It’s really an outcome of the market; when land supply is in short abundance developers need to hold on […]

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New Greenwich Peninsula plans submitted

You may have seen our recent towers report, (if not HERE) where we stated the pipeline now stands at 275 individual towers. In short over 100 tower applications were submitted last year alone with an exponential rise in starts across the last 3 years. The real area of growth comes from the east. One such […]

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Albert Wharf gets the all clear

Ptarmigan Riverside has gained planning permission for the development of Albert Wharf, Swedish Wharf And Comley’s Wharf. The site is located between  Fulham Riverside and  Hurlingham Retail Park Proposed plans will see the creation of 237 flats within buildings up to 14 storeys in height (CGI of development can be seen below). Most interestingly however […]

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Bond Street Crossrail Mixed-use Scheme Granted

Planning permission has been granted for a mixed use scheme above and around the new Bond Street Crossrail eastern ticket hall. The plans which range across sites at 20 Hanover Square, 72 New Bond Street, 64-71 New Bond Street and 18 Dering Street will see the partial demolition, rebuilding, extension and refurbishments of the existing buildings. […]

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First application in for new Berkeley subsidiary St William

The first application is in for new Berkeley subsidiary St William (I think it’s the first, could be wrong?); a new JV set up recently with National Grid to develop former gas holder sites. In the past couple of decades gas holders have become obsolete due to gas being transported into the UK under high pressure in pipes. […]

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Nine Elms proposals keep on coming

You may have seen on EGi News this week of more plans for Nine Elms. If not, in short TfL and Lambeth have proposed plans for 3 residential blocks above the new Nine Elms station, directly adjacent to the big Barratt/Sainsbury’s site currently under construction. 33o homes in buildings between 13 and 22 storeys as […]

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Redevelopment plans for the Hoover Building

A planning application has been lodged to Ealing council for the redevelopment of the Grade II* listed Hoover Building in Perivale. The building is currently unoccupied and has been vacant for a number of years. The planning application is for the change of use of the existing building to a residential scheme compromising of 52 […]

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