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WPA responded to the @CityWestminster Oxford Street District Consultation last week. It's vital that all stakeholde… https://t.co/AuXkyjfEqD
WPA’s Good Growth paper launched last month sets out how our industry and civic leaders can help rebuild public tru… https://t.co/13iTQtFKZp
@rosiealiceday , WPA and @CPA_London Assistant Director, thanks all our NextGen members for making the first year o… https://t.co/z3hTLTmSPz
@nlalondon Chair Peter Murray welcomes members to The Building Centre for our Christmas reception https://t.co/eOr10pE2VI
David Jennings from @MoversShakersUK summarises the consensus of this morning’s panel discussion: outer London has… https://t.co/FxjkEx296p
Prof Travers echoes key points from his recent paper for WPA on #goodgrowth. New development is often tall and dens… https://t.co/D6h2LMk2Ez
.@LynGarnerLLDC makes a passionate plea for empathy in development. She says that economic and social pressures mea… https://t.co/AFW4M8bfeF
At this morning’s @MoversShakersUK breakfast, Cllr Coghill from LB Waltham Forest talks about the importance of bot… https://t.co/WN2RThFCMX
Today’s @MoversShakersUK panel asks whether outer London is the answer to the capital’s housing crisis? Excellent s… https://t.co/3HR45zKzoW
Prof Tony Travers from @LSE_London makes his ‘sales pitch’ for investing in outer boroughs at this morning’s… https://t.co/dkwAzLtpGj
The #OxfordStreet District Consultation is open, @CityWestminster want to hear your views before 16 December. Find… https://t.co/sYMx07SjNk
WPA’s new Good Growth paper launched this week sets out how our industry and civic leaders can help rebuild public… https://t.co/4ruTmRZNVR
.@CllrRichBeddoe encourages members to respond the City Plan consultation with their views. Our Vice Chair Craig Mc… https://t.co/1KQOXadiV1
Kimberley Hopkins, City & Planning Policy Leader from @CityWestminster, says the new City Plan is a more positive a… https://t.co/JkC5jAlmvo
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 250 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. Information on the key objectives and the committee can be found below.
The WPA regularly engages with Westminster City Council, GLA and national government.
Membership of the WPA is open to developers, owners, investors, major occupiers and advisors who have an interest in real estate in the City of Westminster or its neighbouring commercial districts.