Monthly Archives: February 2016

Property development as important to TfL as its trains and buses

“Commercial development activity is as important to TfL as running the transport system”, says Graeme Craig, TfL’s commercial director. “For a long time we didn’t see ourselves as a property company, but we are one of the largest in London as we own 5,700 acres of land. We are no longer the dull, bureaucratic, backward-looking organisation the property industry once perceived us to be.” Continue reading Property development as important to TfL as its trains and buses

Old Oak Common development “the biggest con-trick in the book”  says former transport minister

The Old Oak Common development is a con-trick that will fail to deliver on homes and jobs and will end up costing the taxpayer over £1bn says ex Tory transport minister Steven Norris. His comments were made at Landor’s 16th Rail Stations & Property Summit conference . Continue reading Old Oak Common development “the biggest con-trick in the book” says former transport minister