Barnet Council chief executive Andrew Travers has predicted a step-change in the way West London councils engage with businesses across the region.
A primary school with the capacity for 720 places has opened at a former RAF site in Uxbridge.
Outline planning permission has been granted for Phase Two of development at the Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes.
Hillingdon’s Major Applications Planning Committee has approved plans to build a 3,543sq m Tesco supermarket on the former Master Brewer site in Hillingdon.
The first Hillingdon Apprenticeship Graduation ceremony will take place at Brunel University in 2015.
The Airports Commission has concluded after an eighteen-month study that proposals for the Inner Thames Estuary (ITE) airport at the Isle of Grain would not be shortlisted for further consideration.
A topping out ceremony took place at Lake Farm Park Academy this month, a school that is part of the authority’s £150 million education investment programme.
The 17th Heathrow Business Summit – an event that aims to help SMEs develop business opportunities – will take place in November at the airport.
Hillingdon has been named the greenest borough in the country on receiving four more Green Flag awards for its open spaces.
Property company Berkshire Investment Capital has sold an industrial warehouse unit in Hayes to an airfreight agent, Kam Freight, for more than £1.5 million.