The UK government has claimed to have further cut its estate by nearly 160,000sq m in the 2017/18 financial year, generating £750 million from the sale of nearly 400 sites.
Transport for London (tfL) has sold a site opposite Bond Street Station on Oxford Street to US investor Hines for £40 million to create a new residential and retail scheme.
Why will Richard Hicks, Medway Councilís director of regeneration, culture, environment and transformation, be at Sitematch this year?
Sitematch London catches up with Stephen Parker, national lead for culture, leisure and sport at Willmott Dixon, about the upcoming event.
How does Inner Circle Consulting (ICC) work with local authorities attending Sitematch London to ensure the event runs smoothly and delegates get the best out of the day? We spoke to ICCís director Andy Starie to find out.
Speakers and workshop topics for Sitematch London on 7 February have been announced.
For a limited period until Friday 21 December, save your firm £100 on speed dating places at Sitematch London on 7 February 2019.
The London Borough of Camden and developer Galliford Try have signed a development agreement to build a residential care block in Chalk Farm, and redevelop the existing Charlie Ratchford resource centre.
The London Borough of Lewisham has announced a joint venture with residential property firm Grainger to deliver 300 build-to-rent homes in New Cross Gate.
Figures published by the government show that the number of new homes in England has increased by 222,000 in 2017-2018, which is up 2% from the previous year.