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Old July 8th, 2012, 10:01 AM   #4321
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Canada Water Pricks London Skyline



Currently starting to finally make its mark on the London skyline is the under construction tower at Maple Quays at Canada Water developed by Barratt Homes.

Marketed as Ontario Point, the tower is the third phase of the project, that last month saw the final apartments in building A2 handed over for occupation. The new road that the scheme includes which will run between building A1 and A2 has also been handed over, this time to the local council, Southwark.

The tower itself, named building A4, has seem the concrete frame at a little over half its eventual height having reached the 14th floor of what will be 27 floors above ground, enough to start to rival the nearby council tower blocks of Regina Point and Columbia Point. At present rates it should top out by Christmas. Building A3, formally known as Victoria House will be completed by the end of July.

Externally, work has begun on adding the façade to the tower now. The double height ground floor has had the glazing added, and the façade is up to level three.

Designed by Glenn Howells Architects, they will contain 282 new apartments between them, split between 226 market units and 57 affordable ones. Residents will be able to enjoy stunning views from the roof garden that will top Ontario Point and give it uninterrupted views over London.

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Currently starting to finally make its mark on the London skyline is the under construction tower at Maple Quays at Canada Water developed by Barratt Homes.

Marketed as Ontario Point, the tower is the third phase of the project, that last month saw the final apartments in building A2 handed over for occupation. The new road that the scheme includes which will run between building A1 and A2 has also been handed over, this time to the local council, Southwark.

The tower itself, named building A4, has seem the concrete frame at a little over half its eventual height having reached the 14th floor of what will be 27 floors above ground, enough to start to rival the nearby council tower blocks of Regina Point and Columbia Point. At present rates it should top out by Christmas. Building A3, formally known as Victoria House will be completed by the end of July.

Externally, work has begun on adding the façade to the tower now. The double height ground floor has had the glazing added, and the façade is up to level three.

Designed by Glenn Howells Architects, they will contain 282 new apartments between them, split between 226 market units and 57 affordable ones. Residents will be able to enjoy stunning views from the roof garden that will top Ontario Point and give it uninterrupted views over London.

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Old July 8th, 2012, 10:21 PM   #4323
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Brookfield Office To Buy London Buildings



Brookfield Office Properties Inc. (BPO), the owner of New York’s World Financial Center, agreed to buy buildings in the City of London financial district for 518 million pounds ($812 million), its first U.K. deal in two years.

The office properties will be purchased from Hammerson Plc (HMSO), a London-based real estate investment trust, the companies said today in separate statements.

The transaction includes a 50 percent stake in a building near the Bank of England and a development site near Liverpool Street Station.

Brookfield, based in New York, is acquiring buildings in growing markets and areas where it is difficult to develop new ones. This month, the company bought two office towers in Seattle for $210 million, its first purchase in the West Coast city, and announced plans to build a second skyscraper at its Bay Adelaide Centre in downtown Toronto.

“London has been a rather obvious hole in their portfolio,” Alex Avery, an analyst with CIBC World Markets Inc. in Toronto, said in a telephone interview. “Given all the disarray in Europe and generally around the world, this is another example of Brookfield being opportune in acquiring a portfolio during a time of unsettled markets to gain a foothold in the London office market.”

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Northgate tower (Bishop place) such a very good place for business. I want to buy an office at there in the end of this month and I think this is a great place for me.
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Amanda Levete's underground expansion project for the V&A in London given planning

Plans drawn up by Amanda Levete Architects (AL_A) to expand London’s Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum under an unused open courtyard space on Exhibition Road have been given planning permission by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Hailed as ‘outstanding’ by architect Richard Rogers, the concept designs won a competition for the project back in March 2011, surpassing entries by fellow architecture firms Snohetta, Heneghan Peng, OMA and David Chipperfield Architects.

The concept suggests excavating a new exhibition space underneath an existing courtyard at the V&A, revealing the original Victorian facades on the west side of the Grade I listed building. This underground space will feature a sweeping wooden staircase and dynamic, jagged ceiling form with generous expanses of glass for an injection of natural daylighting.

Uses for the new Exhibition Road expansion include additional display space for the V&A’s existing collections, events space, a new café, and the insertion of a new entrance lobby via Exhibition Road. Construction is due to begin onsite in 2013 with the new galleries completed by 2015, open by 2016. Of her concept, Amanda Levete, Principal of AL_A said: “This is a defining project for AL_A. We’re reimagining the dialogue between the V&A and Exhibition Road and in doing so, creating a new public space in the cultural and learning heart of London. It’s made particularly special by the V&A collections having inspired so much of our work.”

David Adjaye, Architect and former V&A Trustee comments: “From its very beginning, it was envisaged that the buildings of the V&A would be models of contemporary design, representing the ideals of the Museum as much as the collection. AL_A’s scheme considerately embraces the original Victorian architectural and decorative fabric of the Museum while unlocking the Exhibition Road side of the V&A with an impressive and welcoming public space, with dramatic state-of-the-art underground galleries.”

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Old July 13th, 2012, 10:46 AM   #4329
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Early Plans For New City Road Tower

Rocket Investments is developing a new twin tower proposal for 145 City Road on the fringe of the City of London and Hackney near the dotcom hub of Old Street Roundabout.

The plans have advanced as far a scoping opinion being filed with Hackney's local council for two towers of 39 storeys and 10 storeys respectively. A scoping opinion involves an early approach from a developer with a brief outline of what a project could consist of to see if it would be acceptable for the council on a particular site.

The proposals could consist of a residential tower up to 152 metres AOD in height, which taking into account the local ground levels translates into a height of approximately 136 metres. The shorter office tower would be 62 metres AOD, or about 46 metres from ground level.

Within the buildings could contain up to 27.850 square metres of residential space, 10,700 square metres of office space, and 900 square metres of ground level retail.

The site was bought by Rocket Investments in 2011 for £25 million from the Glanmore Property Fund. Rocket Investments intend to demolish the existing Crown House office building that occupies the site once the lease owned by NIG expires in 2013.

The area in question isn't a stranger to high-rise proposals. Local tall buildings planned or under construction include the neighbouring Eagle House, and Will Alsop's defunct designs for 151 City Road that is now going to see a new hotel designed by Squire and Partners. Both of these sites lay either side of 145 City Road.

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WR Berekely Plan New City Skyscraper

American insurance firm, WR Berkeley, is soon to file a planning application for a new custom built skyscraper in the City of London designed by the local office of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.

The scheme will take in several sites including 52-54 Lime Street and 27 Leadenhall Street creating a single parcel of land 2.2 acres in size. It was accumulated over the period of several years by real estate company Prupim, who sold it to WR Berkeley last year for £38 million. Both of those addresses sit near to the firm's existing headquarters at 40 Lime Street.

Although there are few details of the scheme, it is expected to be about 40 storeys tall - this could translate into a height of perhaps 165 metres making it comparable to 20 Fenchurch Street.

The area in and around Lime Street and Lloyds of London, has long been a hub for insurance companies who benefit from the advantages of clustering in the same space.

Insurance companies have been notable in recent years in driving much of the development of the City of London's skyline. Since 2000, Swiss Reinsurance has taken 30 St Mary Axe (the Gherkin), the Willis Group has taken the Willis Building, and more recently Aon signed a lease to be the anchor tenant of the Leadenhall Building (the Cheesegrater) whilst Markel plumped for the Walkie Talkie at 20 Fenchurch Street.

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Land deal heralds £110m Greenwich development

Property developers Development Securities and Cathedral Group have completed the acquisition of a 2.2-acre site in the centre of Greenwich for £16m, enabling construction to start on a £110m regeneration scheme.

Development Securities entered into a joint venture with Cathedral Group in September 2010 and secured planning consent in 2011 to regenerate a derelict industrial site in the south London borough into a 350,000 sq ft mixed-use development, called The Movement, or even The MVMT.

Under the scheme, Willmott Dixon has spent £16.2m to take ownership of the housing land within the scheme. The housing element has a gross development value of £50m.

In addition, contracts for sale have been exchanged with McLaren at £8.3m for the land element of a 358-bed 'student village' with the deal due to complete in August.

The developers will now start enabling and infrastructure works immediately to prepare the site for development.

A 106-bed hotel element of the scheme has been pre-leased to Travelodge and negotiations are in hand regarding its long-term institutional funding.

The final and smallest stage of the regeneration scheme comprises circa 25,000 sq ft of mixed-use leisure and retail space.

Development Securities chief executive Michael Marx said: "This is a good example of the successful implementation of our strategy to create value by repositioning secondary or tertiary real estate into prime or near-prime development via the process of regeneration."

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Barratt London and L&Q win £420 Fulham Wharf contract

The site, purchased by Sainsbury’s in 2009, currently houses a Sainsbury’s store and car park and a large, derelict wharf building.

Barratt London, in partnership with L&Q, will deliver a new Sainsbury’s store on the site, along with 463 residential units, as well as a number of retail units and a renovation of the currently unused jetty, which will become an ecological area for wildlife.

The 50/50 joint venture has previously delivered the Ashburton regeneration project, next to the Arsenal Stadium in North London, as well as the Alie Street project in the East.

The regeneration programme aims to turn the warehouse into space for new shops and homes, with restaurants and cafes boasting extensive landscaping and outdoor seating.

Planning permission for the project was granted by the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham earlier this year, and the supermarket giant has since been in discussions with development partners to renovate the area.

Sainsbury’s property director Neil Sachdev said he was “thrilled” to be teaming up with Barratt London on the project.

“We always aim to play an important role in the local community and are looking forward to opening up this part of the Thames for the benefit of both our customers and heighbours.”

“This will provide a new shopping and living experience unique to this part of London.”

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Bulk Rail Freight Transport for Europe's Biggest Construction Project



UK – So what’s the best way to tackle the huge bulk transport job involved when you are clearing the spoil from the tunnels of Europe’s biggest construction project? As the scheme involved is Crossrail, the ambitious plan to put new rail tunnels running under the heart of London between Paddington and Whitechapel the answer is of course – rail freight.

Last December the contract to remove excavated material to a new RSPB nature reserve at Wallasea Island in Essex was awarded and this week Thames Gateway Minister, Bob Neill officially opened a new £13.5 million freight link from the North Kent Line to the former Lafarge Cement Works at Northfleet. Exactly one year after his first visit to the then empty Brownfield site, the Minister noted the significant progress that has been made to construct a new connection to the North Kent Line, reinstate the railway, and receive the first trainloads of Crossrail excavated material from London.

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McAlpine scores London big-build hat-trick



Sir Robert McAlpine is understood to have clinched the redevelopment of London’s former Middlesex hospital job worth up to £160m.

The Fitzrovia mixed-use scheme, once dubbed NoHo square because of its location to the north of SoHo, is the third big building project to fall to McAlpine this year.

The firm now boasts a formidable pipeline of projects in the capital with a £450m contract for Bloomberg’s new headquarters and the contract to build the £650m new US Embassy in joint venture with US partner B L Harbert.

A specialist subcontractor said: “Laing O’Rourke and McAlpine have been fighting for this one for several months. The word is McAlpine has clinched it and an official announcement is due shortly.”

Developer Exemplar Properties engaged McGee to carry out enabling works on the three-acre site which will pave the way for main building work after the Olympics.

Under the new plan, the big West End brownfield site will be transformed into a mixed-use community, centered on a landscaped public square containing the listed former hospital chapel.

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BAM begins work on $36 million mixed-use project in London

UK-based BAM Construction has begun construction on the final phase of £23 million ($35.64 million) Regent Quarter development, a mixed-use scheme from a joint venture of Henderson Global Investors and Istithmar P&O Estates at King's Cross in London.

Scope of work involves construction of a seven-storey residential block, another five-storey mixed-use block and a six-storey office block. The six-storey building will accommodate 35 luxury apartments while the mixed-use block will have one retail and three residential units. The office part of the development will be developed at the site of listed former horse stables.

The building will incorporate several sustainable elements, which comprises of geothermal cooling systems and bio-diverse roofs.The construction material for the development will be sourced locally, which is likely to aid in making the project more sustainable. The office space of the project is being targeted for BREEAM Excellent rating.

Piling work on the scheme began in December 2012. The concrete frame for the building has been completed. The entire scheme is scheduled for a wrap-up in April 2013.

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£15m prefab hotel to be assembled in London



Planning permission has been granted for a new £15m Park Plaza Hotel on London’s Western Avenue which will be built mainly offsite.

ESA – part of Capita Symonds – is designing the 160 room hotel, which will occupy a site opposite Park Royal tube station, on behalf of the PPHE Hotel Group.

The four star accommodation over six storeys will include a bar, restaurant, gym and conference facilities.

It will be constructed using a fast build system that will see most aspects of the hotel – from the key hotel facilities on the ground floor to the completed rooms above – designed and built off site before being stacked together to form the building.

Marek Sroka, ESA, said, “The design philosophy is to deliver a high quality four star scheme for a highly competitive price.

“Park Plaza Hotels and ESA architects have invested five years of design development and research into producing a modular hotel proposal that will achieve an exceptionally high level of quality design for a reasonable cost.

“We have worked closely with a modular construction company that has allowed us to develop a design that combines modular building and construction insight along with the necessary logistical and industrial production principles and facilities that are key to delivering a successful project of this type.

“The flexible modular building system and unique facade design that the team has developed has allowed us a good degree of freedom and flexibility as it is the construction process that we have standardised, not the design.”

ESA is currently in discussions with contractors and work on the hotel will start on site later this year.

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Four win £200m East London housing deal

A group of six east London councils have named the contractors they intend to use for housing maintenance and new build work over the next four years.

The East London Solutions procurement group, which includes the London Boroughs of Barking and Dagenham, Havering, Newham, Redbridge, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest, will divide the haul of planned jobs between four contractors.

The contractors will carry out large scale refurbishment projects and a backlog decent homes work.

There will also be a programme of new homes building work that the council aims to deliver using alternative financing with its contractor partners.

The forward funding is needed until surplus funds are available after year five of its planned investment programme.

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Pupils hear latest on £18m academy scheme

Latest details on plans for a new £18.9m academy to be built by Kier in Greenford have been unveiled at a special display for two groups of local primary school children.

The Year Six pupils, from Horsenden and Oldfield Primary Schools, were the first prospective students to be given a presentation about the new free school in Oldfield Lane North, Greenford, which is set to be built by Kier Construction's Maple Cross office for the Twyford Church of England Academies Trust, which also runs the Twyford Church of England High School in Acton.

During their visit to Twyford High School, the primary pupils were told the official name for the new free school - and why it was chosen.

The William Perkin Church of England High School will commemorate a local chemist and entrepreneur who discovered how to produce purple cloth dye - a breakthrough in Victorian times, when the colour was highly desired for symbolising high status.

Born in 1838, William Perkin had set up a dye-producing factory in Oldfield Lane, Greenford, by the time he was 20. Located near the proposed school site, the area has remained a focus of chemical research and production almost to the present day: the new school campus will be built on the site of the former Glaxo Sports Ground, providing 5.4 hectares of space.

Alice Hudson, executive head teacher at Twyford High, and her deputy, Keir Smith, who will be associate head of Perkin High, said the choice reflected Twyford's specialism in science and the values it shared with William Perkin, fostering inquisitiveness, enterprise and philanthropy.

As the local association with purple will be reflected in the colour of the new school uniform, pupils were invited to try on purple blazers and to sketch out some preliminary design ideas for a school badge and tie.

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Volker wins £15m Crossrail Acton freight yard revamp

Network Rail has awarded VolkerRail and sister company VolkerFitzpatrick a £15.5m contract for works at Acton freight yard, West London.

Works, which are part of the Crossrail programme, include plain line track renewals, installation of new switches and crossings, associated switch operating mechanisms and modification to the overhead line system on the main line.

These advanced works will be completed by early 2013, with the remaining programme of work for Acton, including a diveunder, due for completion in 2016.

Acton freight yard is a significant part of the network but to enter and leave the yard, trains currently need to cross main line passenger tracks.

The plans for these modifications to the yard and a new diveunder, which is currently out for tender, will enable freight trains to leave the yard without affecting passenger trains and provide increased capacity for freight.

Jorge Mendonca, Crossrail programme director, Network Rail, said: “The work at Acton is an important step in delivering a more reliable service for passengers while providing more capacity in the Paddington approaches area.”

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BAM to build £12m library in east London



BAM Construction’s London team has won the contract to build a £12m customer service centre and library building for Newham Council.

The job is part of a wide-ranging regeneration scheme of the Town Hall Campus for the local authority.

The Grade II listed town hall buildings will also be refurbished under the East Ham Civic Campus scheme which has a total value of £20.8m

Main construction work will start next month and the scheme is due for completion in autumn 2013.

BAM worked closely with the councils design team and English Heritage to get planning approval for the alteration work to the listed buildings.

Construction director Andy Mason said: “BAM is very pleased to be delivering these important facilities for Newham Council.

“A great deal of work was required from all parties to make this scheme a reality, and BAM is delighted to have played its part in making that happen.

“We look forward to creating some excellent facilities for council staff and local residents.”

The architects are Rick Mather, who worked with BAM on the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology in Oxfordshire.

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V&A £41m basement galleries get go-ahead


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New courtyard with entrance from Exhibition Road

The London Victoria & Albert museum will start enabling works on its £41m showpiece underground gallery extension this autumn after gaining full planning.

The V&A said it had already raised £25m of the budget and aimed to start full construction of the boiler house yard extension.

Lend Lease is project managing the job with Arup acting as geological and civil engineering consultant for the AL_A designed project.

The proposal approved by Kensington and Chelsea Borough planners will see a new public courtyard off a newly landscaped Exhibition Road through the screen erected by Sir Aston Webb in 1909 to hide the museum’s boilerhouse yard.

The underground gallery space will be accessed by a staircase from the yard at ground level.

Martin Roth, Director of the V&A added: “This is a significant moment for the V&A and we look forward to progressing AL_A’s exceptional designs which will provide a dynamic and exciting space sympathetically set within the V&A’s beautiful historic facade.

“We’re thrilled to we have now secured £25m, which sets us in a good position to embark on the project.”

Construction of the new underground exhibition space as part of the Exhibition Road project will enable the V&A’s historic South Court galleries to be restored and reinstated and in time, display some of the Museum’s most popular permanent collections.

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