Lambeth Council has agreed to loan £300 million to its wholly owned housing company, Homes for Lambeth.
One week ahead of the Sitematch London event on 8 February, 48 public sector organisations are confirmed to meet with developers and investors.
Developer Grosvenor has submitted a planning application to build over 1,300 homes for rent at the sites of a former biscuit factory and college campus in Bermondsey.
Broxbourne Borough Council and Hertfordshire County Council have begun a search for a development or investment partner for Brookside, a large retail and leisure development opportunity.
Ealing Council's planning committee has approved a proposal by housing provider A2 Dominion to build 283 homes on Boston Road.
Sitematch London catches up with James Bishop, ExCo director, new business (public private partnerships), from U+I, to discuss the key sites the company is working on.
Southwark Council is keen to discuss the redevelopment of Walworth Town Hall with developers at Sitematch London on 8 February.
Sitematch London spoke to Marilyn Smith, chief planning officer at Hounslow Council, about the Cavalry Barracks, a landmark opportunity currently marketed by the Ministry of Defence (MOD).
Sitematch London spoke to Lara Newman, CEO of LocatED, which will be attending the event on 8 February for the first time, to find out about the government-owned property company and why she feels it is important to attend the event.
At Sitematch London on 8 February, local authorities can participate in a private and free consultation to learn how they can tap into new revenue streams through inward investment opportunities.