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After years of uncertainty residents at a riverside location in Tower Hamlets have finally been given the news that a concrete batching plant will not be built.
The scheme at Orchard Wharf would have seen 600,000 tonnes of aggregate pass through each year at the Thames site at the mouth of the River Lea.
Canary Wharf is losing its McDonald's as work prepares to begin on a two-tower development.
It's unusual to have a driving range as part of a major residential scheme.
Asian developer Far East Consortium is consulting on plans for a three tower scheme on the Isle of Dogs.
Amazon is to open a new corporate office in east London by 2017. The internet giant will be leaving its Slough base with many staff heading for Shoreditch's Principal Place.
Hometrack's Monthly National Housing Survey has revealed London house prices have risen by just 0.1% for the second month in a row.
A Hong Kong-based developer is holding a consultation on its plans for a site on the Isle of Dogs.
Plans for 1,500 new homes in blocks ranging from 10 to 38 storeys will soon be on show to the public.
Crossrail has secured permission to build 394 homes above its station at Woolwich.
Tower Hamlets Council has been accused of failing to adequately publicise a major consultation into development on the Isle of Dogs.
The South Quay Masterplan covers an area with 28 potential developments sites, but one councillor said the borough administration has barely advertised it.
Hackney housing prices have risen by 596% since 1995 - the highest percentage increase in all 32 London boroughs.
The average property in the borough is now a whopping £526,000 - 19 years ago it was £76,000.
A Chinese developer is pushing ahead with plans for a residential-led tower at West India Quay.
Applicant Greenland Hertsmere Limited wants to demolish Hertsmere House and build a 71-storey mixed-use scheme with 982 homes.
Since January, Deptford's property market has seen a surge in popularity. Estate agency Cannon Kallar, which has been serving the area for 14 years, believes it's all about connectivity.
Construction is set to begin on a £141million Royal Docks regeneration project - the largest of its kind in western Europe.
A 68-storey tower planned for South Quay has been thrown into doubt following concerns, including those expressed by Mayor of London Boris Johnson.