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A partnership pumping up to £225million into regeneration hotspots across the south east has honed in on E14 for its first residential project.
Investors should be looking to Brentford for a positive yield according to Bellway, which is about to release a set of one, two, three and four-bedroom properties in the area.
An 800 apartment development proposed for the east of the Royal Docks next to sewage treatment works is likely to be approved by Newham Council next week.
Three of the tallest residential towers in the country, situated yards from each other in South Quay, were approved in a tense night at Tower Hamlets.
Surrounded by lush landscapes and amenities such as art galleries and golf driving ranges, residential schemes like the Olympic Park's East Village and Greenwich Peninsula regeneration are presented as the future of London's housing.
The remaining third of apartments in the Hoola London development at the Royal Docks are to go on sale this week.
Those involved in major regeneration projects affecting the Docklands will speak at an event at Trinity Buoy Wharf this month.
A planned 496-apartment tower for the Isle of Dogs will be scrutinised by Tower Hamlets Council's planning committee for a second time on Thursday.
Outdoor space in London can be tough to find but Bellway Homes' Chiswick Point, pictured, boasts an entire nature reserve.
A pioneering development project in east London has been completely sold months before completion.
A few years ago, expressing the desire to live in Elephant and Castle might have raised eyebrows. But the area is rapidly accelerating away from the concrete jungle of its past.
Two skyscrapers could be joining the Canary Wharf skyline if approved by Tower Hamlets Council next week.
The next phase of a development in Brixton has been released.
Here's the latest list of the tallest residential-led towers proposed for London - and 10 of the top 12 are planned for the Isle of Dogs.
Hertsmere House, pictured next to the Canary Wharf cluster, is the highest of those at 242 metres.
A residential led scheme of 888 homes built over two towers on the Isle of Dogs has been recommended for approval by planning officers at Tower Hamlets Council.