Latest Planning & Policy News
Planning permission has been granted for three developments in Old Oak that represent the first major private sector schemes approved within London’s largest designated ‘Opportunity Area’.
Kennedy Wilson has secured planning permission for 68,400 sq ft of new office space at Hanover Quay in Dublin in a joint venture with the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA).
Company reviewing scope for industrial-resi model across its London estate.
London buildings that have failed fire safety testing performed in the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower tragedy haven’t reduced in value according to exclusive data analysed by Nimbus Maps for Property Week.
Croydon Council has agreed the use of compulsory purchase order (CPO) powers to acquire the remaining land and interests needed to proceed with the delivery of the new £1.4bn redevelopment of the Croydon retail town centre being created by Unbail-Rodamco-Westfield and Hammerson.
Two Malaysian state-backed funds could see their deal to acquire phase two of Battersea Power Station “renegotiated” after the leader of the country’s newly elected coalition pledged to investigate a series of deals by sovereign funds, including the Battersea acquisition.
The Mayor of London’s plans to pedestrianise large parts of Oxford Street have been by blocked by Westminster Council.
The British Property Federation (BPF) has called on the government to conduct an urgent review of CVAs arguing that their miss-use “risks undermining the UK’s global reputation”.
Authority says it is committed to delivering ‘mainstream’ rents for London homes
Jeremy Pocklington will take over the position of director general for housing at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government in September.