Published: 28/03/2019Quarterly planning and development news from Newham, Tower Hamlets, Redbridge, Hackney & Waltham Forest.
|Next stage of £3.7 billion Custom House regeneration project given go ahead:|
Newham Council has given approval for work to begin on the next stage of the Custom House redevelopment project.
|Landmark development in Hackney Wick nearing completion:|
East London developer, Aitch Group, is bringing forward a number of mixed-use schemes to further regenerate the area. HWK, the umbrella brand for the developments Aitch is building, will play a vital role in attracting new businesses to the area.
|Plans approved for development near Canary Wharf:|
Planning inspectors have overturned a decision by Tower Hamlets council to build development close to Canary Wharf.
| Tower Hamlets Council makes 4th bid to secure planning permission for 'Limehouse Triangle':|
Following three previous attempts, Tower Hamlets Council is submitting plans to the planning committee for the development of the 'Limehouse Triangle'. The scheme involves the development of a tower block of flats on a nature reserve next to the Regent's canal.