The Triangle – planning approved

A high quality mixed-use Regent Land development of eight flats and commercial space in central Barking has received planning consent from the London Borough of Barking & Dagenham council. The site at 9-10 The Triangle, off Tanner Street, is just eight minutes’ walk from both the Railway...
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Chesterfield Close, Orpington

Regent Land & Developments is to apply for planning permission to build three houses on vacant land in Chesterfield Close in Orpington. The proposal to develop the site, which was previously used as car parking, is expected to substantially improve the local environment as well as...
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Limpsfield Road public consultation held

South Croydon residents got the chance to view Regent Land & Developments’ plans for 26 new homes on the old Ken’s Autos site at 359-367 Limpsfield Road. There was a good turnout for the public consultation, which took the form of an informal drop-in session at St Anthony’s Church,...
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2 Bensham Lane, Croydon – plans submitted for 15 homes

Regent Land & Developments have submitted a planning application to transform a vacant industrial site off Bensham Lane in Croydon. London Borough of Croydon Council has been asked to consider plans to build 15 houses and flats to the rear of 2 Bensham Lane, which is off the London Road,...
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The Artichoke Public House, Stepney Way, London E1

Planning approval received for 9 residential units on this redundant public house site in Stepney, East London. A high quality designed development. This proposal will contribute to the regeneration of Stepney Way and the wider aims of the Whitechapel Vision Masterplan. It will complement...
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359-367 Limpsfield Road, Croydon

Planning Application submitted to Croydon Council for The demolition of existing buildings across the site and the construction of a part three / part four storey building, a part three / part two storey building and a part three / part one storey building, to provide 25 residential units and...
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