Sitematch London is a property event which helps to create working relationships between public sector landowners and private sector developers and investors.
Basildon Council's managing director Scott Logan made the case to developers and investors on why they should work with the council at the launch of issue two of BaSE magazine, which focuses on residential developments and town centre regeneration.
At the launch of the third issue of Hillingdon magazine, which focuses on development and regeneration in the west London borough, Jonathon Bianco, cabinet member for finance, property and business services at the council, hailed the progress made since the last issue was released two years ago.
Barking and Dagenham Council's leader Darren Rodwell hailed the new history and heritage edition of BOLD magazine at its launch event on 12 October, for its focus on community within the borough.
Council representatives from east London, Kent and Essex met with business leaders and major developers at the first-ever Thames Estuary Growth Day event, to discuss how to stimulate growth in the region by working together across borders.
Council representatives from the East Midlands attended the first-ever Sitematch East Midlands event on 26 September, a business-to-business "speed-dating" event where private sector business meet with key council decision makers for 15 minutes, to encourage development in their respective areas.
Southwark's council leader Peter John hailed the success of Southwark magazine at its launch event on Tuesday 19 September, issue 17, which focuses on the establishment and continued success of a myriad of music venues and open spaces and how the council is developing skills and supporting people into employment.
Approximately 120 people are expected to attend tonight's launch of issue 17 of Southwark magazine.
The latest edition of Ebbsfleet Garden City is hitting desks across the south-east.
Brendon Walsh, Hounslow Council's executive director of regeneration, economic development and environment, has left the council after nearly five years.
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