Mayor of London Boris Johnson has announced a public consultation over plans to transform further parts of the Royal Docks and adjoining Beckton Riverside, which could deliver more than 24,000 homes and 60,000 jobs.
The Department of Communities and Local Government has announced a large scale programme of station regenerations to deliver up to 10,000 new homes and to "revitalise" town centres.
Local authorities could have to compete to process planning applications and offer a fast-track application service under government plans.
At Sitematch London 2016, we spoke to the winners of the GL Hearn and Sitematch London Planning Authority Award from Greenwich Council: Mike Hows, assistant director, planning; Andrew Parker, planning manager – major developments; and Cllr Danny Thorpe, cabinet member for regeneration and transport.
We caught up with keynote speaker Richard Blakeway, deputy mayor for housing, land and property at Sitematch London 2016.
The fifth Sitematch London, 3Fox International's event which brings together local authorities and the private sector to encourage development in the capital, was the biggest yet.
Jeremy Shapiro, Head of Community Investment & Regeneration at Camden council answers questions about the boroughs programme to unlock surplus sites in its ownership.
For the first time ever, delegates at Sitematch can now take part in a series of expert workshops alongside the unique Sitematch “speed dating” meetings format.
Sitematch London 2016 will welcome the largest number of public sector organisations ever to have attended the event, with more than 50 already confirmed.
Next week's biggest ever Sitematch London event is almost sold out – but it’s not too late to claim one of the last few places and take part in pre-booked meetings with London local authorities and other public sector landowners.