For the third time, delegates at Sitematch London will be able to take part in a series of three briefing sessions, where delegates can learn about the most recent trends in creating place-making through the private rental sector; the changing roles of housing associations, and how council-owned housing companies will deliver homes in the coming year.
The Sitematch team catches up with Lucy Taylor, the director of regeneration and planning policy at Ealing Council.
One of the leading UK construction companies, Guildmore is a family owned business with interests spanning the care sector, property development and investment. What brings it to Sitematch 2018?
Curtin&Co is a political engagement and community consultation specialist, working exclusively in the planning and development industry. What takes them to Sitematch 2018?
Samuel is a partner in the development consultancy and valuation team at Montagu Evans, which consists of 60 people specialising in everything from development agency, master planning and regeneration, to property strategy and valuation. What takes them to Sitematch 2018?
Durkan is a financially independent, family owned, developer and contractor which invests in, develops and refurbishes homes in communities throughout London and the home counties. What brings it to Sitematch 2018?
Havering Council has approved proposals to transform a Romford industrial estate into 850 new homes.
Merton Council and Transport for London (TfL) have jointly appointed consultants GL Hearn to report on deliverability for the Morden Town Centre redevelopment.
Talks between Enfield Council and developer Barratt to develop the £6 billion Meridian Water regeneration programme next to Lee Valley National Park have ended.
More than 200 people attended the sixth Sitematch London at Aqua Shard on 8 February, making it the biggest ever.