Nine Elms Hotel – Planning permission for the development of a new hotel complex in the heart of London has been secured.
Plans to deliver a 600-room hotel in Nine Elms were recently approved by Wandsworth Council. Nine Elms is envisaged to become an internationally renowned business district and new centre for arts and culture in London, and the hotel will be an important part of that. The development is expected to generate a range of economic […]
The highly anticipated London Resort theme park, which will be located on the Swanscombe Peninsula in Dartford, Kent, has submitted their application for a Development Consent Order (DCO). The application was accepted for examination by the Planning Inspectorate. Volterra supported the application by providing several impact assessments relating to socio-economics and health. If approved, the […]
As the country emerges slowly from lockdown, the debate over so-called vaccine passports gathers pace. Yesterday, Matt Hancock confirmed Britain was looking into the proposition for international travel. Countries such as Greece and Spain have a strong incentive to develop a system with us. Each attracts large numbers of British tourists in a normal year. Whatever the […]
I am in Edinburgh for a few days at the Festival, where even Jeremy Corbyn has appeared. Disappointingly, he was not playing the role of Carmela Soprano, the mafia don’s wife who is always present but never involved. Previously, I had been on Skye. Last month, I attended a conference in Venice. Edinburgh, Skye, Venice, […]