Enfield Council announced last night that its £6 billion Meridian Water scheme will move a step nearer to development, due to its decision — in principle and subject to call-in — to no longer work with a single master developer.
Sitematch London on 7 February 2019 will take place in Bishopsgate, the City of London, for the second time.
Kit Malthouse MP has been appointed minister of state for housing.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has launched a website offering a database of affordable properties that can be bought in the capital.
The £314 million regeneration plans for the Royal Docks in Newham have been approved by the London Economic Action Partnership board.
Enfield Council has indicated that it will be looking to quickly procure development partners for the first three sites of its £6 billion Meridian Water scheme in Upper Edmonton, following the withdrawal of Pacific Century Premium Developments (PCPD).
Labour and Conservative London councils across 32 authorities saw little change in the 2018 local elections, which took place on 3 May, but with significant wins for Liberal Democrats.
According to new research, local authorities have spent £3.8 billion on acquiring commercial properties throughout the UK.
Property research data has found approximately a one-third increase of build-to-rent homes in various stages of development since the beginning of 2017.
According to its annual property report, the government reduced its estate size by nearly 100,000sq m throughout 2017, earning £620 million in capital receipts.