Council spending power will fall across East London with the new Local Government Settlement, except in Havering, according to government figures.
Redbridge Council have confirmed plans for a second new public swimming pool – at Loxford School of Science and Technology. Continue reading
Bulb Software, a company specialising in physical assets management, has become the latest business to join a growing digital community based at Digital Enterprise Greenwich.
Plans have been submitted to convert the former Lord Brooke pub in Walthamstow into a Buddhist Temple. Continue reading
Schroder’s plans for Shepherdess Walk have been approved.
Barking & Dagenham Council’s Cabinet has agreed new management arrangements for the Broadway Theatre, which they hope will help to establish Barking as “the cultural hub of east London”.
Plans for phase two of Rathbone Market are to be unveiled in 2015.
The Local Government Secretary has sent commissioners into the London Borough of Tower Hamlets to take charge of grants and property disposals.
Hackney Council’s Cabinet has backed a motion condemning the actions of Westbrook Partners, the owners of the New Era estate.
The GLA is seeking a development partner to enable the delivery of a number of industrial sites in Newham, Barking & Dagenham and Havering, under a programme dubbed “East+”.