Carshalton's old library has been sold at auction as a potential development site.
The Sitematch London team speaks to David Harley about development and regeneration in his borough.
The amount of money collected through the mayoral community infrastructure levy to be spend on Crossrail, is less than half the amount that was earlier projected, according to reports.
On 5 March 2013, the next Sitematch will take place at City Hall in the capital.
Croydon Council is collaborating with three community interest groups funded by the Homes and Communities Agency to reduce the number of empty properties in the borough.
The next senior council officer to be interviewed by the Sitematch London team is Enfieldís Sharon Strutt.
Camdenís cabinet is set to decide on selling or redeveloping a number of sites that are too expensive to maintain or are underused.
The latest feature to be included on council profiles on the Sitematch London website is information on council taxes and business rates.
Croydon Council has updated its profile page on the Sitematch London website to explain the purpose of the borough being at Sitematch on 5 March and development types it wishes to promote.
Londonís economy has grown by £3.5bn as a result of the governmentís efforts to consolidate and rationalise its estate, according to Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude.