There are new faces among the 23 local authorities and public sector landowners which have already confirmed their attendance at Sitematch London on 10 February 2016, with more to come.
Transport for London (TFL) has announced it will make enough land available to build 10,000 new homes in the coming decade.
Reading Prison is to be the first to be sold off under Michael Gove MP’s £1 billion “new for old” prison reform programme it has been announced.
Berkeley Homes, Barratt and Segro and Pacific Century Premium Developer (PCPD) are the three shortlisted for the second stage in selection of a master developer for Meridian Water, Enfield Council has announced.
Developer Cathedral is the latest company to join the line-up of Sitematch London sponsors.
Housing Minister Brandon Lewis has announced he will be setting up a panel of experts to help local authorities develop local plans.
The former headquarters of the London Fire Brigade on the South Bank will be put up for sale as the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) begins the search for a partner to redevelop the building.
The Department for Communities and Local Government's (DCLG) land disposal programme has been heavily criticised by the Public Accounts Committee: MPs tasked with overseeing the government’s expenditures to ensure efficiency and transparency.
Details have been revealed for the next Sitematch London event, which brings together local authorities and private sector delegates to discuss how best to spur development activity across the capital.
Malcolm Smith has had a long career at local authorities in London and has now returned to Haringey, the borough where he lived as a student. He spoke to Sitematch about development projects in and outside the capital.