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Major planning application submitted in Havering

A major borough-wide regeneration scheme has taken a significant step forward, after plans for its first phase of homes were submitted earlier this month to Havering Council.

Modular housing conference brings industry experts together

Housing industry experts today came to City Hall, London, to hear about the positive impact and future viability of modular methods of construction in enabling a greater number of UK homes to be built, bringing benefits to communities.

Interview: James Bishop from U+I

We caught up with U+Iís director, acquisitions, James Bishop, to discuss the developer's forthcoming attendance at Sitematch London, and key projects the company is working on.

Ealing Councilís leader to join panel

Councillor Julian Bell, leader of the London Borough of Ealing, has joined the leadersí debate taking place at Sitematch London on 7 February 2019.

Sitematch speaker announced

Group chief executive of Countryside Properties Ian Sutcliffe will join BexleyCo chair Richard Blakeway to deliver the keynote speeches at Sitematch London on 7 February 2019.

Interview: Duncan Thomas from BNP Paribas Real Estate

Sitematch London interviewed Duncan Thomas, head of London development consulting and agency at BNP Paribas Real Estate, to talk about its involvement in Sitematch London.

Council buys Londoneast-UK business park

Barking and Dagenham Councilís private subsidiary company BDTP has acquired the Londoneast-uk Business and Technical Park, after spending more than £1.82 billion on commercial property in 2018.

Mayor of London proposes rent control

Sadiq Khan has announced plans to develop rent stabilisation or control laws to make private renting more affordable in the capital.

Government further cuts down estate

The UK government has claimed to have further cut its estate by nearly 160,000sq m in the 2017/18 financial year, generating £750 million from the sale of nearly 400 sites.

US investor acquires site from TfL

Transport for London (tfL) has sold a site opposite Bond Street Station on Oxford Street to US investor Hines for £40 million to create a new residential and retail scheme.

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