The No.8 tower at One Thames City in Nine Elms has reached full height.
In Pictures: The Mayor of London has approved the major mixed-use regeneration of a 10-acre site in Shoreditch, 20 years after developers acquired it and six years after plans were first submitted.
London’s Deputy Mayor Jules Pipe has approved controversial development plans by Queensgate and Rockwell Property for the Kensington Forum Hotel on Cromwell Road, despite vocal opposition from many locals and RBKC Council.
The London Legacy Development Corporation is on the hunt for a Joint Venture partner to deliver £600m of residential-led developments across two sites at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford, East London.
UK property giant Telereal Trillium has offloaded a 1.5 acre resi development site in Hackney Wick, East London, to housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.
Diageo has signed up Sean Mulryan’s Ballymore to develop the historic St James’s Gate Guinness brewery site, with an ambition to create a zero-carbon “visionary neighbourhood for living, entrepreneurship, creativity and commerce.”
Build-to-rent developer Moda Living has topped out the tallest waterfront building in Peel L&P’s £5bn Liverpool Waters project.
Foster + Partners’ masterplan for Thameside West in East London has been given the go-ahead by Deputy Mayor Jules Pipe.
In Pictures: Fawley Waterside will deliver 1,500 new homes in a new “smart town” on the 300-acre Fawley Power Station site on Southampton Water, masterplanned by Poundbury architect Léon Krier. “Our ambition is to build one of the most beautiful small towns in England,” says the developer.
Hawkins\Brown and Studio Egret West have been tasked with creating a new vision for the stalled Zone 1 regeneration site “that sets a new global standard for a sustainable and vibrant mixed-use development.”
In Pictures: Morden Wharf is U+I’s latest massive regeneration project in London, promising to transform a 19 acre former sugar factory site into “a distinctive, green, mixed-use neighbourhood”.