TfL’s largest residential development so far, over 850 homes along old railway land in Acton has secured planning permission.
A plot of land running alongside the DLR in Bow has been earmarked to provide housing under a deal between TfL and the housing association, Optivo.
The news is abuzz with news that the huge branch of Top Shop at Oxford Circus is up for sale, but what was there before it was Top Shop?
A worksite in Kennington currently being used for the Northern line extension is set to be redeveloped as a mixed residential and light industrial estate.
Updated concept images of the plans to revamp Smithfield markets have been shown off by the City of London.
Plans have been shown off that could reopen the Hammersmith Bridge, by slotting in a temporary double-decker road inside the existing structure.
The shabby 1960s office block next to London Bridge is to be demolished and replaced with a staggered row of towers, and a large street-level garden.
The formal planning application has been filed with Newham Council to convert the Crystal building into a replacement City Hall for London.
The plans for a revamped Finsbury Circus garden has been shown off following a design competition.
A blocked off railway arch under the tracks in Nine Elms could be opened up as a new pedestrian tunnel.
Plans to turn the historic Grade 1 listed Custom House building that sits next to the Thames and Tower of London into a hotel have been submitted to the City of London.
Plans have been shown off for another skyscraper to sit next to the Walkie Talkie building in the City of London.
Unless you are invited, it’s very difficult to have a photo on the steps of 10 Downing Street, but just up the road is a doorway that bears an uncanny resemblance to it.