Delegates at Sitematch London attended three "briefing sessions" to learn about the build to rent (BTR) sector, housing associations and council-owned housing companies.
Council representatives from London and the south of England attended the eighth annual Sitematch London event on 8 February, a business-to-business "speed-dating" event where private sector businesses meet with key council decision makers for 15 minutes, to encourage development in their respective areas.
Douglas Bell, managing director of Epic Hostels, is attending Sitematch London on 8 February just to network. He spoke with us about his company's aim to deliver hostels with a difference and why he is attending the event.
Jonathan Martin, Waltham Forestís director of investment and delivery, talks to Sitematch about his responsibilities at the council and what benefits the property event brings for the local authority.
One of Ealing Councilís upcoming development opportunities is Sandringham Mews, located just off The Broadway in Ealing town centre.
With Sitematch London only a few days away, we explain what newcomers (and veterans) can expect from the day.
Sitematch London met with Neil Vokes, Camdenís director of development, to find out why the local authority will attend the event on 8 February 2018.
Tim Lowe, director at Lowe Guardians, caught up with Sitematch London to talk about what his company does and why he will be attending Sitematch London on 8 February 2018.
Enfield Council is currently seeking parties interested in The Grid, one of the latest industrial developments in London.
Sitematch London met with Opama Khan, inward investment manager from Croydon Council, to discuss the key regeneration projects currently taking place in the borough.