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WOW London nearly at capacity

The first ever growth conference for West London and the Thames Valley - WOW London, taking place on 22 November, is nearly fully booked.

Have your say at WOW London

At the WOW London conference on 22 November, delegates can make use of their mobile devices to submit questions to speakers using the website.

Council sets out development ambitions

Stakeholders involved with the development of Lambeth joined the council in marking the publication of Lambeth magazine's second issue.

Broadcaster comes to Bristol

Bristol will be home to one of Channel 4's new creative hubs, which will encourage the city to build on its successful production sector and open up job opportunities across the region.

Thames growth day an "opportunity for real, meaningful debate"

Council representatives from east London, Kent and Essex met with business leaders and major developers regional stakeholders at the second annual Thames Estuary Growth Day event yesterday (31 October), to discuss what is needed to meet the ambitious objectives for one of the UK's major development opportunity areas.

Transport infrastructure "absolutely vital" for development

Group director of developer L&Q Fiona Fletcher-Smith today pressed home the need for transport and infrastructure investment in the Thames Gateway area, while speaking about its "incredibly exciting" £500 million development, Barking Riverside at the Thames Estuary Growth Day conference at CentrED.

Newham mayor "determined" to boost regeneration potential

Newly elected Newham mayor Rokhsana Fiaz set out her vision for the London borough's regeneration opportunities, while speaking at the 2018 Thames Estuary Growth Day conference at CentrED at the ExCel Centre.

Sustainable growth, not quick wins

The head of the Thames Estuary 2050 Growth Commission, Sadie Morgan, today highlighted the need for a "new way of thinking" when considering plans to develop the area while speaking at this year's Thames Estuary Growth Day conference.

Airport expansion to open new gateway

A £500 million, four-year project to expand London City Airport could open up Essex and Kent, according to CEO Rob Sinclair.

Thames Estuary plans on display

Plans to stimulate growth across the Thames Estuary were showcased today.

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