The Mayor of London has shortlisted Barking Riverside and the Royal Docks as potential locations for World Expo 25.
Level39, the hi-tech hub at Canary Wharf, has announced a new partnership with a leading New York-based co-working space, The Fueled Collective.
Five councils have a fortnight to explain “Publicity Code breaches” before the Secretary of State for Communities issues legal directions.
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park has been awarded £500,000 from Sport England’s Community Sport Activation Fund.
Inland Homes’ plans for a redevelopment at the Callis Yard Depot have been refused.
Legal & General Assurance’s plans have been approved for three industrial and warehouse units on the former Ricon Site, in Harold Wood.
Plans to redevelop Greenwich Market have been approved.
Newham Council have agreed to lobby Government to put the link between HS2 and HS1 back into their plans.
The Highway network in Barking and Dagenham is set to benefit from an injection of nearly £4.2m of investment over the coming year.
The Mayor of London has launched a search for a development partner for around 100 acres of industrial land in the London Riverside Opportunity Area.