Housing Secretary Sajid Javid has launched a housing agency, Homes England, in a bid to speed up the delivery of new homes.
Sitematch London is not just an event where local authorities and developers engage in "speed-dating-style meetings" to discuss investment opportunities. Delegates who wish to participate on a more informal basis can look forward to plenty of networking and participating in workshops.
Barking and Dagenham Council-owned development company Be First and the borough's local authority are seeking to deliver Londonís largest film and tv studios for 25 years as part of a mixed-use multimedia complex adjacent to Dagenham East station.
The London Borough of Waltham Forest is looking to enter discussions with developers about three landmark development opportunities located in the Lea Bridge area at the next Sitematch London on 8 February 2018.
As part of the government's reshuffle this week, Dominic Raab MP has been appointed minister of state for housing.
Housing, connectivity and growth sectors in the Thames estuary region have been designated as top priorities for focus by a joint business and government regeneration and planning panel.
Crawley Council is one of 10 non-London authorities to attend Sitematch and meet developers to discuss regeneration and development opportunities. We caught up with Crawley to discuss its plans for the event.
Natalya Tonkins and Roger Lawson, business development managers at Jerram Falkus, will be attending Sitematch on 8 February. They spoke with the Sitematch team ahead of the event.
With the 8th of February approaching fast, developers, councils and advisors are getting ready for Sitematch London, the speed dating style property event. And there are only limited places left.
The Sitematch team catches up with James Leaver, partner and head of public sector at Knight Frank, as well as a longstanding adviser at Sitematch events.