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Who holds the key to unlocking London’s Opportunity Areas?

Blog Building London Week was a fitting point to present the findings of the London Urban Transformation Commission (LUTC). Amidst the capital’s worsening housing crisis and associated pressures on its long-term competitiveness, the Commission has been exploring why London’s large under-utilised

January 23, 2018 0 comments

London’s stellar planning projects celebrated at London Planning Awards

NewsNews & resources Winners include Bloomberg’s new European HQ, a new business and retail destination on Regent Street and an ingenious approach to cooling a building. The winners of the London Planning Awards 2018 have been unveiled, including Bloomberg’s striking new European headquarters

January 19, 2018 0 comments

Losing Homes means Losing Talent – London must get building

BlogNews & resources Across the breadth of our membership, the one issue that ties our business leaders together, is the importance of retaining London’s talent. While our capital prides its self on being a vibrant city of culture and opportunities, this means nothing

January 17, 2018 0 comments

London’s housing pipeline cracks as nearly half of new homes aren’t built

News In 2017, 46% of new homes given planning permission fell by the wayside Only 3,000 homes were built in London’s suburbs, despite making up more than half of London’s land Year on year increases in planning applications – reaching a

January 17, 2018 0 comments

Keeping infrastructure on the agenda for 2018

Blog David Leam, Executive Director, London First 2018 got off to a bumpy start for infrastructure with the resignation of Lord Adonis as chairman of the National Infrastructure Commission. With Adonis taking on an increasingly political role his departure was perhaps

January 11, 2018 0 comments

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