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  • Mayor Sadiq Khan’s much anticipated Draft London Plan was issued on Wednesday with the formal consultation period due to commence on Friday 1st December 2017 and running until Friday 2nd March 2018.
  • The Mayor promised that the Plan would be ‘ambitious’; a ‘step change’ in approach; and, a ‘blueprint’ for future development and growth in London. Sustainability, both social and environmental, features highly in the Mayor’s concept of ‘good growth’. Addressing inequality and the perceived prosperity gap are also key considerations.
  • Download the briefing paper for a summary of the key points
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  • Cities across the North, Midlands and Wales must step up efforts to attract a greater share of the private sector investment crucial for driving local and national economic growth – with London currently snapping up just over half of Britain’s commercial property investment.
  • This is according to a new report, ‘What investors want: a guide for cities’, published by the think tank Centre for Cities with support from Capita Real Estate and Infrastructure. It examines the top priorities for investors when choosing which places to invest in, and offers practical advice for cities on how to make their places as attractive as possible for investors.
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  • We understand that both large and small charities have to make difficult property decisions. We can fully support you in this decision making process; understanding your objectives and helping to ensure your properties are meeting their potential – be it operationally or commercially. It may be that you have surplus property to dispose of, or you need to be sure that the property you have is in its best use for your particular activity. We can help you to develop, acquire or sell your property and are able to support you every step of the way. We will ensure you are making the most of your property, and in line Charities Act requirements.
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