It has been two months since Britainís landmark decision to leave the EU, and now that the dust is beginning to settle, Londonís senior public sector officials respond to the fallout.
Property consultant Bilfinger GVA has been selected by the Ministry of Justice to advise on the marketing of Holloway Prison in north London, which will potentially unlock a £2 billion housing development.
Figures released this month by the Office for National Statistics indicate house prices in central London boroughs have decreased, while the prices for London as a whole have risen.
In Morden town centre, 1,070 new homes are planned Ė 40% of which will be allocated as affordable Ė as well as new retail and public spaces. Merton Council is looking to appoint a development partner to carry out the plans.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced plans to set up a new task force Ė Homes for Londoners Ė at City Hall, to oversee housebuilding and speed up the delivery of affordable homes.
Real estate consultant Knight Frank has been a long-standing partner of the Sitematch programme. The Sitematch London team has caught up with the firmís head of public sector and partner James Leaver for a short interview.
Hounslow Councilís development management team has been named Local Authority Team of the Year at the Planning and Placemaking Awards 2016.
Looking to protect office space in the capital, the new Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has taken a stance against office to residential regulations.
The London Borough of Croydon has launched a wholly-owned housing company, Brick by Brick, to build more than 1,000 homes on council-owned land by 2018. Some of these will be classed as affordable; others will be available on the open market.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced he will review housing zones in the capital to ensure they can provide sufficient affordable homes.