New London development panel will bring forward £20bn of work


Twenty-nine groups appointed by mayor to accelerate housebuilding on public land

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced the 29 groups that will make up the new London Development Panel in an effort to speed up housebuilding on public land.

Public bodies will be able to work with the panel (LDP), which is made up of developers, housing associations and contractors, in order to accelerate housing on their own sites.

Laing O’Rourke, Morgan Sindall, Lendlease, U&I and Berkeley are among the organisations to land spots on the panel, which expired in 2017.

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