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ABOUT GET INVOLVED     13 February 2014  
Latest News
Sculpture trail to breathe artistic energy into east London's riverside
 
Turner Prize winner Mark Wallinger and film director Danny Boyle are among those backing an ambitious project to create a sculpture trail through the landscape of east London’s docklands.
Regeneration shining light amid "faltering" Olympic legacy
 
Lord Harris of Haringey, chair of the House of Lords committee investigating the Olympic and Paralympic Games legacy, has welcomed the government’s intentions for future regeneration in east London, despite his disappointment about ‘little movement’ in other areas.
Council picks former hospital for new HQ
 
Tower Hamlets Council has agreed to push ahead with plans to buy Whitechapel's former Royal London Hospital buildings for use as its new civic headquarters.
West Ham agrees ground sale
 
London developer Galliard Group has signed a deal to buy West Ham United FC 's Upton Park ground when the club moves to the Olympic Stadium in 2016.
New Woodberry Down masterplan approved
 
Berkeley Homes has won approval for its revised Woodberry Down Estate regeneration masterplan, which will see the number of homes delivered increase from 4,600 to 5,561.
East Village triumphs at London Planning Awards
 
The transformation of the 2012 Olympics athletes' village into almost 3,000 high-quality homes has won "gold" in two categories at this year's London Planning Awards.
Plans lodged for 272-home Greenwich scheme
 
Developer Cathedral Group has lodged a planning application for a 272-home scheme centred around the part-redevelopment of an industrial site on Greenwich Peninsula.
ABP boosts its business hub
 
Chinese real estate developer ABP has joined forces with 'professional services firm', Price waterhouse Coopers (PwC), to help boost its £1 billion initiative to create a hub for Asian businesses at London’s Royal Albert Dock.
Next phase of market scheme begins
 
The second phase of regeneration is under way at the Rathbone Market development in Canning Town.
Gong for Woolwich town centre
 
A scheme to regenerate Woolwich has been named as the “Best Town Centre Project” at the London Planning Awards.
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