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Estate Regeneration and ‘First Dibs’ for Londoners – has Mayor made the right call?

Blog Jonathan Seager – Executive Director, Policy Estate regeneration across London is not without controversy and recent events in both Haringey and Southwark have highlighted some of the challenges when working on complex schemes with multiple stakeholders, including residents and leaseholders.

February 8, 2018 0 comments

Help us beat the drum for a business-friendly Brexit

Blog Mark Hilton, Skills and Immigration Director, London First Having jumped the Blue Monday hurdle – supposedly the most depressing day of the year – perhaps we can look ahead with optimism that this year will be the year when the

January 24, 2018 0 comments

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

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

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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