Transport for London and the London Fire Brigade have announced they will be present at Sitematch London on 5 March to discuss the potential for development of surplus land in their estates.
The Metropolitan Police has clarified that decisions on potential disposals of parts of its property estate have yet to be made.
A government-commissioned report has called for a simplified disposal process for public sector land to provide new homes.
London Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames has issued a call for sites today, asking third parties to bring forward sites that have potential of (re)development.
Public transport travel times are being added to Sitematch London's website to further enhance the profile pages of boroughs participating in Sitematch London,
At a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday 12 December, Southwark’s cabinet approved of the council’s plan to purchase their current head office at 160 Tooley Street after it was announced in November that the building was put up for sale.
The Sitematch London team has interviewed London Borough of Merton head of sustainable communities James McGinlay to discuss development and regeneration in his borough.
The Metropolitan Police is the latest public sector landowner to join Sitematch London, and will attend the next event in March to meet with developers.
Sitematch London brings public sector landowners, developers and occupiers together again to discuss development for the third time in a year at City Hall on 5 March.
Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has called on local authorities to be more transparent regarding their information on land and assets.