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”.
80 Charlotte Street in Fitzrovia is Derwent’s biggest ever mixed-use development, and marks a big step towards the firm’s ambition to achieve a fully net zero carbon portfolio.
Grosvenor has submitted its planning application for the Cundy Street Quarter regeneration in Belgravia, after more than a year of often torrid public engagement.
The Met Police are looking into the Housing Secretary’s apparent bias in favour of the developer, and the Prime Minister has been quizzed by Labour MPs over his involvement.
Northern & Shell’s 15-acre waterside scheme near Canary Wharf has been sent back to the drawing board.
Grosvenor Britain & Ireland has finalised its plan for the controversial redevelopment of the Cundy Street Quarter in Belgravia, sharing a revamped proposal after 12 months of banter with locals and three years of public consultations.
Around 5,000 new homes have been built in VNEB (Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea) over the last five years, and another 7,000 are due to be delivered in the next five… With the Northern Line Extension opening, landmark buildings completing and major employers moving in next year, JLL has taken an in-depth look at the property market in central London’s newest neighbourhood…
Private resi sales in Phase 2 of Portobello Square – formerly the Wornington Green Estate – have launched with Cushman & Wakefield.
12-acre canal-side regeneration project designed by Claridge Architects gets the thumbs-up from planners.