L&Q, one of London’s largest residential developers, has teamed up with leading contractors to provide apprenticeships as well as other training and employment skills for young people through a new Employment and Skills Plan.
Kicking off the national “Get online week” today, one of London’s largest housing associations has launched a new digital inclusion programme to help residents use the internet and get online.
New buildings and streets around the Aylesbury estate, Europe’s largest housing estate, have been named after local people, who will be celebrated in an event on 3 October.
An exhibition which showcases how London’s leading housing association has combined quality and people-orientated design over the last half century opens on Wednesday, September 4th.
L&Q, one of the largest residential developers in London, is set to create 368 homes at Quebec Way, in the London Borough of Southwark, central London.
The housing sector plays a vital role in boosting the economic and social prospects of communities but fails to fully measure and demonstrate its achievements, according to a report published today.
Barnet Council has granted outline planning consent for a major regeneration of the Dollis Valley housing estate in Chipping Barnet, North London, together with detailed planning consent for the first phase of the project.
L&Q has been awarded the national Investors in People Gold award for going above and beyond in the way we develop, support and motivate our staff.
A commemorative plaque has been unveiled to mark the completion of 134 new homes at Bourne Place by L&Q, one of London’s largest residential developers.
L&Q, one of the largest residential developers in London, is set to create 58 high-quality houses and apartments overlooking Kennington Park, on a site close to the Oval cricket ground in south central London.