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Sustainable growth, not quick wins

The head of the Thames Estuary 2050 Growth Commission, Sadie Morgan, today highlighted the need for a "new way of thinking" when considering plans to develop the area while speaking at this year's Thames Estuary Growth Day conference.

Airport expansion to open new gateway

A £500 million, four-year project to expand London City Airport could open up Essex and Kent, according to CEO Rob Sinclair.

Thames Estuary plans on display

Plans to stimulate growth across the Thames Estuary were showcased today.

Kingston announces development partner

The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames has appointed developer Countryside as its preferred partner for a 2,000 home regeneration of the Cambridge Road Estate.

Interview: Phil Wilbraham from Heathrow Airport

Ahead of the first ever WOW London conference on 22 November in Slough, we sat down with Heathrow's expansion programme director Phil Wilbraham, to discuss how the airport will contribute to growth in West London and the Thames Valley.

Major industry conference has the WOW factor

On 22 November, local authorities, businesses, developers and other stakeholders will travel to Slough for the first ever WOW London, the growth conference for west London and the Thames Valley.

Southall scheme wins award

Southall Waterside, a regeneration scheme on the site of an old gasworks, has been awarded Best Brownfield Project of the Year.

Housing scheme big boost for Reading

An £11 million development to deliver 57 homes planners say will be 'affordable' in the Tilehurst ward of Reading has reached a key milestone.

Approval for residential and retirement homes

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead's development management panel has approved a redevelopment of Sunningdale Park by Berkeley Homes and Audley Retirement Villages.

Mayor launches Bristol Is campaign

Bristol mayor Marvin Rees hailed the city as an "aspirational" place for development and business, during a networking event to launch the Bristol Is magazine and initiative yesterday (10 October).

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