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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.
The London Borough of Croydon has purchased the Colonnades Retail and Leisure park for £53 million.
James Leaver, head of public sector at Knight Frank, is one of the Sitematch London advisers working with participating local authorities to prepare them for the event.
On Tuesday 6 November, senior officers from 18 local authorities attended the Building Council Homes forum to discuss how to increase delivery.
More than 30 organisations from both the private and public sectors have confirmed their places for the next Sitematch London event on 7 February 2019.
Southwark Council has voted in favour of Old Kent Road's £500 million, 1.42-ha Ruby Triangle development of three buildings, one to be a 48-storey skyscraper.
How has Sitematch London changed since the first event in 2012? We speak to Sitematch stalwart, Samuel Blake, about the shifting objectives of the day.