The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust is the first NHS Trust to join the Sitematch London programme.
Twenty-one London boroughs are looking forward to meeting developers at the next Sitematch London event, at City Hall on 6 November.
The Greater London Authority is aiming to have plans for all of its surplus land by 2016, according to deputy mayor and director of housing Richard Blakeway.
A site on the Sitematch London database went on the market on 29 September 2012.
The Sitematch London Survey is still online, and now there is a chance of winning a special prize.
Local authorities could make more than £50 billion over the next decade by using their assets to create income streams, according to a new report.
London developers with unimplemented planning permissions are being given an extra year to apply for replacement consents.
The London Borough of Wandsworth has added four new sites to its portfolio of Sitematch London development opportunities.
Three environmental bodies which are statutory consultees on different types of planning application have signalled their intention to get involved in pre-application discussions with developers.
Can we do more to help councils market surplus assets or increase developers' awareness of opporutnities? Let us know via the (very quick) Sitematch London survey.