By Nick Johnstone2010-09-15T10:36:00+01:00
Croydon Borough Council wants formal involvement in two of the new local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) being set up by the coalition government.
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Keystone London and GLA Land Property have submitted plans to the London Borough of Newham for their £3bn residential-led, mixed-use redevelopment of a 40- acre site in Silvertown.
Royal Mail has exchanged contracts to sell a 0.9 acre plot on its Nine Elms Park site to Galliard Homes for £22.2m.
The Crown Estate has launched its first co-working and flexible office space at One Heddon Street in London’s West End.
West Coast Capital has agreed a joint venture with CALA Homes to bring forward 3450 new homes at Winchburgh in West Lothian just outside Edinburgh.
Mike Hussey has taken a seat on the board of Martin’s Properties, the investor and developer that owns one of the largest property portfolios in Chelsea.
Travis Perkins Properties has sold the long leasehold interest in a Hampshire site occupied by Dunelm and its own Wickes brand to clients of Hurst Warne for £11m.
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