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   About BOLD    Get Involved 20 July 2012  
Latest News
Bouygues starts work on Barking supermarket
Demolition starts on phase two of Bouygues Development's London Road redevelopment, which has been given planning permission.
Planning consent for Ford site
AXA REIM has won planning permission for a 37,000sq m Merrielands industrial quarter.
Barking Park £7.5 million renovation opens.
Barking's oldest park has been transformed and its lido re-opened, thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Barking & Dagenham Council.
McLaren Construction appointed for £200m framework
McLaren Construction has been appointed to the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham’s four-year construction framework, which covers major works mainly in the education sector.
UK’s first privately funded affordable social housing
An £82 million deal – between Long Harbour, Explore Investments, Jerram Falkus and Laing O’Rourke – will build the first totally privately funded affordable social housing schemes in the UK.
Light industrial units up for grabs
A new 21-unit business centre in North Dagenham by GLE Properties is now available. The remaining 18 B1 units range between 76 and 163sq m.
Becontree Heath masterplan approved
Althorne Way residents are set to benefit from the continued regeneration of their neighbourhood started by 2011’s leisure centre.
Barking and Dagenham business awards announced
The 2012 Barking and Dagenham Business Awards celebrated local businesses in a ceremony held at the Broadway Theatre and hosted by TV presenter Ray Stubbs.


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AXA Real Estate

Barking and dagenham College

Barking & D council(Bold)

Barking Enterprise Centre


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