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Inland gains planning for £28m Bournemouth resi and hotel scheme

26 June 2017

Inland Homes has gained planning permission for 88 apartments and a 100-bed hotel at the site of the Wessex Hotel in Bournemouth.

Premier Inn

Premier Inn 'concerned' over cladding on hotels following Grenfell

23 June 2017

Hotel chain Premier Inn has expressed “concerns” about the cladding used on some of its buildings after it emerged at least 11 council-owned high rises are fitted with similar combustible panelling to that used on Grenfell Tower.


Events firm out to Trespass on London sites

22 June 2017

Music event organiser Trespass is on the hunt for vacant development space for its immersive live shows.

Albion and East Department Store Brixton

Albion & East expands with new Brixton base

21 June 2017

Restaurant operator Albion & East is set to open a new café and bar at 250 Ferndale Road after converting a 100-year old department store in Brixton.

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Back to School

Schools shouldn’t be squeezed in

The government has made a commitment for 600+ free schools in the coming decade and developers are being encouraged to come up with innovative ways of squeezing these schools onto urban sites.

Reading Royal Elm Park stadium

Better football, greater footfall: Royal Elm Park’s role for Reading

Reading is a town struggling to keep up with its own growth. Boasting a world-famous music festival, a ruined 12th-century abbey and the UK’s second-busiest railway interchange station outside London, the town has historically been viewed by many as a transitional point - somewhere to travel to, from or through, but rarely to stay and build in.

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Marks & Spencer Food to Order

Will Marks & Spencer’s online food offering be simply delicious?

Marks & Spencer is considering whether to launch an online grocery service. This is a key moment in the evolution of online shopping in Britain.

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Pressure on Airbnb will only increase this year

As the growth and popularity of Airbnb continues to accelerate at a significant pace, so too does the interest of government and regulators.

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