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Chelsfield has won outline permission for the £3.5bn Silvertown Quay development in East London, including a new business hub at the 450,000 sq ft Millennium Mills site.
23-Apr-2015


Chelsfield and London & Regional are to submit plans for the redevelopment of Elizabeth House at London Waterloo, including two new buildings providing up to 920,000 sq ft of commercial space.
03-Apr-2012


Chelsfield is planning to build a "brand park" on a 50-acre site at Silvertown Quays in East London, providing units of up to 50,000 sq ft for 40 companies.
26-Mar-2012


Chelsfield has won planning permission to build two luxury hotels in London, including a 75-room hotel at the Park Lane Mews site and a 240-room hotel on Shepherd's Bush Green.
03-Mar-2010


Chelsfield has submitted plans to revamp the former Commonwealth Institute building in London's Holland Park, in order to create a 100,000 sq ft exhibition centre and prepare for the relocation of the Design Museum.
04-May-2009


Chelsfield has unveiled proposals for the £150m redevelopment of the Commonwealth Institute building in London's Kensington, including the relocation of the Design Museum from Shad Thames.
29-Dec-2008


Chelsfield and British Land are considering plans to form a £1bn joint venture to develop the White City shopping centre in west London.
18-Feb-2002


Chelsfield and TrizecHahn are to sell their Global Switch telehousing joint venture to Risanamento Napoli for £305m, and will then take a majority stake in the Italian property group.
03-Aug-2001


Chelsfield is to invest £50m in the expansion of its Global Switch web-hosting facilities in Europe and the Pacific Rim over the next nine months.
08-Sep-2000


Chelsfield is linking up with TrizecHahn of Canada to pay £260m for a 66% stake in Global Switch International, the facilities management business, and they aim to set up a series of international "carrier hotels" for the telecoms sector.
05-Apr-2000