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The Crown Estate reveals plans for the refurbishment of Grade II-listed New Zealand House

The Crown Estate, working closely together with the New Zealand Government, has unveiled plans for the refurbishment of Grade II-listed New Zealand House. The landmark 18-storey 1960s building, located at 80 Haymarket in St James’s, is one of the tallest buildings in the West End. The newly revealed plans also outline proposals for the refurbishment of the Grade I-listed Royal Opera Arcade, which is adjacent to the site.    

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The Crown Estate announces four signings to the Fosse Park development

The Crown Estate has today announced four signings to the new development currently underway at Fosse Park, as construction steadily progresses into its fourth month.

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The Crown Estate announces another year of income growth with £343.5m returned for the public finances

The Crown Estate, has today (25 June 2019) announced another year of strong financial performance, with £343.5m of income returned to the Treasury for the benefit of public finances, up 4.3% from £329.4m in 2017/18.

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The Crown Estate to present its finalised tender design for Offshore Wind Leasing Round 4

The Crown Estate is to hold a market update event on the afternoon of Thursday 18 July 2019, offering potential market participants the opportunity to hear a face-to-face update from The Crown Estate on the outcome of its tender design work.

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Windsor Great Park achieves Natural England’s highest rating for its ecologically important habitats

The Windsor Estate, which includes Windsor Forest and The Great Park, has been awarded Natural England’s highest possible rating for the condition of its Sites of Special Scientific Interest* (SSSI). The ‘Favourable’ rating from Natural England now covers all SSSIs, (the designated conservation areas for ecologically important habitats), located across the Windsor Estate.

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The Crown Estate updates its Development Sustainability Principles to incorporate broader sustainability ambitions

The Crown Estate has launched its updated Development Sustainability Principles (DSPs). To be applied across all of The Crown Estate’s development activity in Central London and across its Regional portfolio, this third version of the DSPs aim to put people at the heart of developments.

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