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.@CityWestminster’s #Community Contribution Fund is open for applications. The fund support projects that reduce ro… https://t.co/JSYopsucbi
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In case you missed it, you can catch up on our #WPANextGen webinar on how #community engagement in the #planning pr… https://t.co/gEQTkn6tS4
Great news for residents & #wildlife of Central London – several BIDs & organisations incl. WPA member… https://t.co/tY4oVOtV6v
.@LandAid’s annual 10K fundraiser is going virtual this year, with some new rules that let you #GoYourOwnWay! Sign… https://t.co/3wmTQC2CLk
Reminder that the @CityWestminster Business Survey closes this Friday. Take 10 to give you feedback on plans to sup… https://t.co/TvnTEvG2G9
Thanks to all who joined us for today’s #WPANextGen webinar. We heard great ideas from @eml___ @Built_ID,… https://t.co/5GxZjRX69U
Ask questions that can genuinely influence change & show communities that their feedback is being listened too -… https://t.co/nKJqpPYtUp
“It’s up to us to explain our proposals & objectives & establish ways to have an ongoing two-way conversation" -… https://t.co/272niA2uRv
“We should be learning from the accelerated pace of experimentation” – @hanaloftus @PRACTICEPUBLIC on how Covid-19… https://t.co/Qw6qDLri5A
Thank you to everyone tuning in to our #WPANextGen webinar on strengthening community engagement with digital tools… https://t.co/O03DJyoSrQ
Last chance to register for our #WPANextGen webinar! At 11am we’ll be kicking off a discussion about improving comm… https://t.co/GDBXv1YxPM
You can still register for our #WPANextGen webinar about strengthening community engagement with digital tools. Joi… https://t.co/HRopoXYfCR
On Friday @CityWestminster published new measures to support Westminster's #hospitality sector as lockdown is relax… https://t.co/XzUWo82AvD
Approx. £64m of CIL contributions have been collected from developments in Westminster since 2016. James Wickham… https://t.co/lMQ9qFj6tC
Join us Thurs 11am for ideas on how community engagement in the planning system can be strengthened with digital to… https://t.co/BO5ubrMQd8
Westminster Property Association (WPA) is the voice of property in Central London. We champion Westminster’s and London’s built environment as a major driver for the economy of the UK.
Representing 260+ members, the Association brings together property owners, developers, occupiers and professional advisers into a collective voice to inform policy makers and drive the economic prosperity of Westminster.
WPA is keen to support the next generation of industry leaders by helping younger professionals expand their business networks and broaden their industry knowledge. The WPA NextGen committee is responsible for overseeing the NextGen programme of events and driving the key objectives of the programme.
In light of COVID-19, we are shifting many of our events online and into a new virtual format. Explore our upcoming webinars and podcasts series on our events page.
All WPA receptions have been postponed until further notice and our keynote Annual Dinner and Annual Lunch has been rescheduled until 2021.
We will continue to champion the interests of Central London’s property industry by engaging with Westminster City Council, neighbouring boroughs, the GLA, local MPs and national Government.