AVANTON & THOMAS’S GAIN PLANNING CONSENT TO TURN ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCE HQ INTO NEW THOMAS’S BATTERSEA SQUARE

Leading South London developer Avanton and Thomas’s London Day Schools have gained planning consent to transform the Royal Academy of Dance headquarters, at 36 Battersea Square, into a new senior school, to be known as Thomas’s Battersea Square. The successful planning consent follows comprehensive pre-application consultation with the local community and key

‘Spending Review offers some short-term help, but a £500m shortfall still remains’ – London Councils’ response to the Spending Review

The cross-party group London Councils has welcomed the short term funding commitments in the Chancellor’s Spending Review, while cautioning that uncertainty remains over future funding and a £500m shortfall arising from the Covid-19 pandemic. Cllr Georgia Gould, Chair of London Councils, said: “The Spending Review

Inside the world’s first 3D printable cricket bowling machine

29-year-old Industrial Designer Lewis Holden ths week launched ‘Ovafly’. A 3D printable cricket thrower designed to mimic the perfect cricket bowl and help cricket and sports enthusiasts around the world perfect their powerstroke. Ovafly will give newcomers in the 3d printing community a series of