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Monthly Archives: January 2012
European Land’s application to reduce the amount of affordable housing and to increase private units at Building 6 in Merchant Square W2, just north of Paddington Basin has been agreed by Westminster and the Mayor of London to achieve a … Continue reading
Hermes Property Unit Trust’s residential development at Broken Wharf, replacing an office block with new riverside apartments, was approved after a long list of objections about access were debated by the City Planning and Transportation Committee.
Land Securities’ revision of a scheme for building 7B/7C in the VTI2 scheme in Bressenden Place, Victoria Street and Allington Street SW1 has been welcomed.
St Bride’s Church in Fleet Street needs essential repairs and conservation work to its spire and interiors.
Members have given a positive steer to private affordable housing trust Dolphin Square Foundation’s residential scheme at the former Maida Hill Delivery Office in Lanhill Road W9, designed by Ryder architects.
Plans to create an innovative, floating park along the Thames during the Olympics are now looking less and less likely.
Plans to convert offices for residential in the narrow streetscape north of Fleet Street were given approval, despite concerns over the proximity of the building to its neighbours.
Is the sudden surge of residential projects in the City the start of something more permanent asks Chris Bown? So is this just a blip, a coincidence of projects happening along together, or the sign of something more fundamental?