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Interview: Merton Council's James McGinlay

The Sitematch London team has interviewed London Borough of Merton head of sustainable communities James McGinlay to discuss development and regeneration in his borough.

Metropolitan Police joins Sitematch London

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.

Third Sitematch London event confirmed

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 advocates greater transparency regarding surplus public land

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne has called on local authorities to be more transparent regarding their information on land and assets.

UCL begins work on 1bn east london masterplan

University College London has recruited Adam Harman partner at Driver Jonas Deloitte as project director to manage the development of a 280,000 sq metre Stratford Campus at the Carpenters Estate in Eastern London.

Richmond's CIL preliminary draft charging schedule agreed

Richmond's Cabinet has approved for publication its preliminary draft charging schedule for the community infrastructure levy.

Wandsworth's Seema Manchanda questions planning proposal

Wandsworth Council's assistant director for planning and environmental services has raised concerns about the government's proposal that planning application fees should be refunded if a decision is not reached within 26 weeks.

Pre-application charging details now on Sitematch London

The profiles of London boroughs on the Sitematch London website have been further enhanced with the inclusion of planning pre-application advice details and fees.

Interview: Deirdra Armsby from Newham Council

The Sitematch London team speaks to Newham's head of strategy and investment Deirdra Armsby about development and regeneration in the east London Borough.

DFID moves out of current Palace Street Headquarters

Francis Maude, Minister for the Cabinet Office, has announced that the Department for International Development will move from its current head office on 1 Palace Street to a freehold owned by the government on Whitehall.

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