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15:54, 29 NOV 2017
Sadiq Khan's New Draft London Plan: The future of housing, Heathrow, Grenfell, Crossrail, health, environment and more for the next 25 years
The London Plan is the road map for policies which will shape what your area will be like in 25 years
Think-tank says 'property salary-boost' helps children of home owners
Owning a flat or house in west London is lucrative business, but the news isn't great if your parents don't own their home
Independent artisan shops open in new Chelsea food haven
Five independent businesses will be trading in Pavilion Road before the end of the year, and more are due
Green light given for 'game changing' £775m Paddington Quarter project which includes new tube station
Paddington looks set to be transformed after Westminster planners gave the regeneration project the thumbs-up on Tuesday (December 6) night
‘Compelling’ economic case made for Crossrail 2 station in Chelsea
A leading economic consultancy says the station is vital if Chelsea is to continue to thrive
West Londoners' last of the big spenders in UK
Figures from 2013 show that the average person in some west London boroughs has over £40,000 disposable income
One in 20 Londoners on six-figure salary - highest in the UK
The proportion of people on six-figure salaries is twice as high in the capital as for the UK as a whole
Kensington and Chelsea London Borough Council
Westminster and K&C house prices increased more than anywhere in England and Wales over 20 years
Everybody knows house prices in Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea are sky-high, but how much would you pay if prices from 20 years ago had only increased with inflation?
West London rent rises leave parents fearing children will be priced out of area
Rents in some parts of West London have risen by more than a fifth in two years, as figures reveal parents fear their children will be priced out.
West London News
Kew Gardens to shed 125 jobs due to 'significant financial challenges'
The director of the Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew says jobs are likely to go as he grapples with a £5million cash shortfall, despite visitor numbers rising 29% last year
West London News
Latest figures show London house prices up by an average £11k in March
The latest House Asking Price Index produced by estate agents Rightmove reveals that the price of new properties coming on to the market is now at an all time high, with outer London boroughs now surging
Online passwords: Geek Speak talks you through the dos and (mainly) the don'ts of avoiding hackers
Free yourself from the paranoia of being hacked by following a few simple steps...
£4bn investment is driving regeneration of Victoria
A report shows the area is becoming a major destination outside the West End
Traders protest 'detrimental' opening of Tesco Express store
Businesses launched a petition last week insisting that the supermarket giant is not welcome after it purchased a property currently nearby.
Wilko creates 79 jobs at new Fulham Broadway store
The home and garden chain is opening a new store in December and says it has been recruiting locally
City Gardener: Growth in Greece from a horticultural point of view
West London horticulturalist Sarah Heaton blogs about her recent stay in Greece and communities there are recovering from economic disaster
George Osborne MP
Chancellor visits Chiswick Park to hear from business leaders
George Osborne told a crowd of business leaders and entrepreneurs that they have a vital role to play in helping Britain out of an economic slump
Council sends bailiffs after cash-strapped independent school
A Christian school in Holland Park fears it may be forced to close due to the economic downturn, and has already been visited by bailiffs over unpaid business rates
Labour's Chuka Umunna visits local success story
EALING'S leading manufacturer called on shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna to support industry in Britain when he visited last week.
Business Briefing: How bad is the economy?
Just how bad are things out there? Well, I have a crystal ball.
Boris Johnson visits Fuller's Chiswick brewery for a pint
BORIS Johnson enjoyed a pint and a bike ride when he visited Hounslow last Thursday (June 2) to celebrate manufacturing in the capital.
Private equity firm defaults on EMI
DEBT-RIDDEN EMI, which prospered throughout the 20th century with manufacturing innovations at its Hayes factories, has been sold to a US bank.
Steering a path through a history of classic motors
Few people know that Hillingdon was once a hotbed for car-making.
Retro: Dusting off the history of the Hoover building
A dazzling mass of white pillars and right angles topped by flags, the building is grand and venerable and a reminder of a high point in the history of the Hoover Company.