On Tuesday 6 November, senior officers from 18 local authorities attended the Building Council Homes forum to discuss how to increase delivery.
More than 30 organisations from both the private and public sectors have confirmed their places for the next Sitematch London event on 7 February 2019.
Southwark Council has voted in favour of Old Kent Road's £500 million, 1.42-ha Ruby Triangle development of three buildings, one to be a 48-storey skyscraper.
How has Sitematch London changed since the first event in 2012? We speak to Sitematch stalwart, Samuel Blake, about the shifting objectives of the day.
The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames has appointed developer Countryside as its preferred partner for a 2,000 home regeneration of the Cambridge Road Estate.
City Hall will provide over £1 billion to build 14,000 new homes across 26 London boroughs over the next four years.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced a £10 million fund to help London councils boost their housebuilding programmes.
On 22 November, local authorities, businesses, developers and other stakeholders will travel to Slough for the first ever WOW London, the growth conference for west London and the Thames Valley.
A 3,000-home development in east London has been approved by City Hall.
BNP Paribas Real Estate has joined Sitematch London to become an adviser at the next event on 7 February 2019.