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The Crown Estate is to relocate its London-based headquarters from Regent Street to a 31,000 sq ft office at St James's Market early next year.

The Crown Estate has submitted plans for the £29m expansion of the Silverlink Shopping Park in Newcastle by 2016.

Crown Estate is to fund the development of the MK1 Leisure Park in Milton Keynes, including a 15-screen Odeon cinema and restaurants.

Crown Estate has unveiled plans for the £450m redevelopment of St James's Market in London, including 211,000 sq ft of new offices and 45,000 sq ft of retail space.

The Crown Estate has announced plans for a £400m development at St James's Market in London's West End, including 200,000 sq ft of office space and 45,000 sq ft of retail and leisure.

The Crown Estate has approved plans to develop five more offshore renewable energy sites in Scotland, with the potential to provide up to 5GW of electricity.

Crown Estate has approved plans from Eni to develop an offshore gas storage facility in the North Sea's Deborah field.

Crown Estate has approved plans from Offshore Shellfish to set up Europe's largest offshore mussel farm in Lyme Bay, with the creation of up to 30 jobs.

The Crown Estate is to consider plans from an unnamed company to reopen the St David's gold mine at Bontddu in Gwynedd.

Crown Estate has approved plans from Dong Wind UK, Vattenfall Wind Power, SSE Renewables and RWE Npower Renewables for the expansion of four wind farms off the coasts of Liverpool, Cumbria, Kent and Suffolk.

The Crown Estate has given the go-ahead for ten wave and tidal power projects totalling up to 1.2GW in the Pentland Firth and Orkney waters by 2020, at a cost of up to £4bn.

The Crown Estate has selected nine companies to develop large offshore wind farms generating a total of 6,000 MW at ten sites off the coast of Scotland, with two of the largest projects going to ScottishPower Renewables and Airtricity.

The Crown Estate has identified eleven zones around the coast that are suitable for the development of the next generation of offshore wind farms, and contracts are expected to start being awarded next summer.

Crown Estate is considering plans to relocate its London headquarters from Carlton House Terrace to one of its own new office developments in Regent Street.

Crown Estate is planning to refurbish London's Regent Street at a cost of £500m over the next ten years, in order to attract leading retailers.

Crown Estate has announced options to build 18 offshore wind farms at a cost of more than £1bn, and sites include the Wash, the Gower peninsula, the Medway estuary, the Thames estuary and Merseyside.

The Crown Estate is planning a £500m redevelopment of London's Regent Street over the next ten years, in order to increase the amount of retail and office space inside the buildings.