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Hundreds attend Sitematch London 2017

More than 200 people attended the sixth Sitematch London at Aqua Shard on 8 February, making it the biggest ever.

First issue of Future Merton launched

Merton's position as a London borough ripe for development was showcased at the launch of the first edition of 3Fox International's Future Merton magazine.

Southwark magazine: "a wonderful publication"

As progress continues on the development of a 900-seat theatre – part of Berkeley Homes' mixed-use scheme at One Tower Bridge – senior council representatives joined with investors at the site on Tuesday 22 November to celebrate the launch of the 16th edition of Southwark magazine.

Developers sought at Sitematch Bidders' Day

Small and medium-sized housebuilders were introduced to 10 Southwark Council-owned sites available for development during an event on 15 November.

Bolder borough

The London Borough of Barking and Dagenham's turnaround from a place with a reputation for low engagement in the arts to one of the capital's cultural hotspots was demonstrated at this week's launch of the seventh issue of BOLD magazine, an arts and culture special.

New titles go to press

3Fox International has gone to press with two new publications.

3Fox publication praised

The first issue of Ebbsfleet Garden City magazine, a new business publication by 3Fox International, was described as a "quality production and a professional journal which has got a great future" by Michael Cassidy CBE, chairman of the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation (EDC).

Residents cite regeneration benefits in new Southwark video

The former Southwark Town Hall in Camberwell was the venue for the preview of a short film on 12 September, produced by 3Fox International and featuring Southwark residents discussing the positive impact of regeneration on their lives.

3Fox event brings Sutton to House of Lords

An event organised by 3Fox International attracted 90 people to the House of Lords to hear about the latest updates on development, regeneration and growth in the London Borough of Sutton.

Blog: What does the future hold for live music venues?

Music venues are in decline. Bands, DJs, clubbers and event promoters have long been lamenting closures, but on Wednesday the volume of grievances was cranked up as a chorus of dismay greeted news that Islington Council had decided to revoke the license of London's best-known nightclub, Fabric.

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