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Reading Borough Council has secured lottery funding of £1.8m to reopen the ruins of Reading Abbey in 2018.
Reading Borough Council is to proceed with plans for the £60m relocation of its civic offices to Plaza West in Bridge Street.
Reading Borough Council has unveiled plans for the £8m restoration of the ruins of Reading Abbey.
Reading Borough Council is to start searching for a new headquarters for up to 350 staff.
Reading Borough Council has approved plans from Worton Grange Industrial to build a new 420,000 sq ft distribution centre at the former Hewlett Packard site.
Reading Borough Council is considering a number of existing office buildings for a new 125,000 sq ft headquarters, having dropped plans to build a new office for 1,050 staff.
Reading Borough Council is expected to receive plans from Health Properties and Circle in May to build a £50m private hospital at the town's Southside development.
Reading Borough Council is to consider plans from CSJ Planning to build a £30m 29-storey Radisson SAS luxury hotel on Station Road.
Reading Borough Council has unveiled plans to build a new theatre and library complex next to the proposed £50m civic centre building in Hosier Street.
Reading Borough Council is considering plans from Rank Group to set up a new casino in Caversham Road.
Reading Borough Council has received plans from PRUPIM for the development of a £12m privately-financed railway station at GreenPark.
Reading Borough Council has approved plans from Gaming International for the development of a "racino" on Island Road by 2008, including speedway, greyhound racing and a casino.
Reading Borough Council is to consider plans from Sackville Developments for the £500m Station Hill development, including offices, residential towers, shops and an arts centre.
Reading Borough Council is to consider plans from Brook Henderson Estates for the £7m redevelopment of the Bristol & West Arcade in the town centre, including new shops, a gym and luxury flats.
Reading Borough Council is to consider plans from Stanley Casinos for the development of a £7m 30,000 sq ft casino at the proposed new greyhound and speedway stadium in Whitley.
Reading Borough Council is considering five bids for the development of a new 124,000 sq ft headquarters, and aims to relocate its 1,000 staff to the new site in 2010.
Reading Borough Council is supporting proposals for the £78m redevelopment of Reading railway station, which will add four new platforms.
Reading Borough Council is to seek £25m of lottery funding to build a riverside theatre and arts venue to replace the Hexagon.
Reading Borough Council has approved plans from Durham Investment Six to transform the Old Shire Hall in The Forbury into a 24-bedroom luxury hotel.
Reading Borough Council is considering proposals to build a new £50m theatre to replace The Hexagon, and four potential sites have been identified.
Reading Borough Council is considering plans from four waste companies to build a major recycling and composting plant.
Reading Borough Council has unveiled outline plans for the £175m redevelopment of the Chatham Street area, including houses, offices, shops, leisure facilities and a hotel.
Reading Borough Council is looking to build three new swimming pools - at Palmer Park, Chatham Street and the university - and will seek funding from the private sector.
Reading Borough Council is considering plans to relocate to an unidentified site elsewhere in the town within four years, and the existing Civic Centre site could be redeveloped for either housing, shops, offices or leisure.
Reading Borough Council has approved plans for the development of a new fitness club in the basement of the Broad Street Mall, including swimming pool and dance studios.
Reading Borough Council is to consider plans from Portfolio Holdings for the transformation of the Friar's Walk shopping centre into a leisure site, including health club and nightclub.
Reading Borough Council has approved plans for the construction of a new railway station at the Green Park office development in Reading.
Reading Borough Council is to consider plans from Reading College and School of Arts & Design for a £6m development at the Alfred Sutton site, including housing, a mosque and leisure facilities.
Reading Borough Council is considering plans from Shipleys Bingo to develop a £2m bingo hall at the former B&Q store in Whitley, with the creation of 70 jobs.