Sainsbury’s has revealed plans for a 700-home development in Roden Street.
Havering Council is proposing to bring in two article 4 directions to tackle the increase of homes being converted to houses in multiple occupations (HMO’s) in the borough.
Barking and Dagenham is set to be the first London borough to develop an OnSide Youth Zone, as the Council’s Cabinet agreed proposals for the project.
Galliard’s plans for Millharbour and South Quay Square have been refused.
Tower Hamlets Council has refused planning permission for the British Land redevelopment of the Norton Folgate site in Shoreditch.
Hackney Council is engaged in its “biggest-ever project” consulting on how recent changes in the borough are affecting residents.
RB Greenwich has launched its summer programme for young people, helping them learn new skills on the free courses.
Every child about to start secondary school in Hackney is being offered a credit union savings account, with £20 to get them started.
For the third year, Newham Council is opening a beach at Royal Victoria Dock for the summer.
Hackney Council’s work on Leonard Circus, in Shoreditch, impressed at the Urban Transport Design Awards where the project was named overall winner, thanks to its transformation of the “tired, car-orientated junction into an attractive brick and granite public place”.