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Clapham Park scheme approved

Lambeth Council has approved housing association Metropolitan's proposal to build more than 2,500 homes and a wide range of community facilities at Clapham Park.

Canada Water plan submitted

Developer British Land has entered into a master development agreement (MDA) with Southwark Council to develop a new 21-ha urban centre at Canada Water, marking an official commitment to deliver the project.

Mayor calls in Beam Park plans

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has used his executive planning powers to take over a major housing development in Dagenham on 8 May, which was refused permission by Havering Council in March, but had been approved separately by Barking and Dagenham Council.

Council elections: results round-up

Both Labour and Conservatives councils across 150 English authorities saw losses in the 2018 local elections, which took place yesterday. UKIP has lost almost all the seats it was defending. The Conservatives gained Basildon from no overall control.

Thames Valley tops vibrancy poll

Reading and other towns within the Thames Valley have been named among the most 'vibrant places in the UK', according to a leading economy index.

Retail merger deal axed

Plans for high-end retail manager Hammerson to buy real estate investment trust intu Properties have ended.

Heathrow consultation concludes

A 10-week public consultation on the planned Heathrow expansion saw thousands of residents providing feedback on options on how to deliver and operate an expanded airport, alongside ideas for new airspace design.

Making the Grade at Heathrow

Airport hotel operator and landowner Arora Group has appointed former BBC chairman Lord Michael Grade as chair of its London Heathrow Airport expansion advisory board.

Council appoints growth director

Waltham Forest Council has appointed development expert Stewart Murray as its strategic director of economic growth, to lead on property, asset management and regeneration planning from 1 May 2018.

Ebbsfleet sees speedy land sales

Infrastructure and placemaking joint venture (JV) partnership Henley Camland has sold land parcels for around 3,000 homes to developers Barratt, Countryside and Clarion Housing Group, at Eastern Quarry in Ebbsfleet Garden City.

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