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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Bloomberg’s chief executive Dan Doctoroff thinks ‘quality of life’ is what makes cities great, reports Chris Bown Before assuming the presidency of Bloomberg in 2008, Dan Doctoroff was deputy mayor of New York, with responsibility for economic development and rebuilding.
What will the newly chastised banks want from their office landlords over the next few years, wonders Chris Bown? That was the question posed at a recent City Property Association breakfast seminar, bringing together an architect, developer, major occupier and … Continue reading
Committee member Archie Galloway asked officials to explain their use of delegated powers over an approval at 125 Wood Street, where developers appeared to have been gifted additional floorspace, without due consideration. The scheme, extending an existing 7,299 sq m … Continue reading
A residential application from the Dolphin Square Foundation has finally been approved after it was deferred at a previous meeting. The proposal was to redevelop the former Maida Hill Delivery Office in Lanhill Road, W9 to create a new five … Continue reading
…but members reject estate’s request for nomination rights on social homes Howard de Walden’s series of eight applications for a land use swap within the Marylebone High Street ward has been given the go-ahead by members. They agreed by majority … Continue reading