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.@TfL has launched a new app – “TfL Go” – to help Londoner’s plan safe journeys around the city > https://t.co/HTLjUMZEWj
.@EveningStandard reports that West End business leaders have issued a plea to save #Westminster’s bars, shops & re… https://t.co/oIrPDmNEYk
.@CityWestminster is introducing 20mph speed limits across the City following consultation with businesses & reside… https://t.co/VaZsJwWStQ
“Since March, more than 240 rough sleepers have been supported off the streets of Westminster & into settled accomm… https://t.co/s4d2sxRnN8
Book a spot on @grosvenorsquare’s webinar on Tuesday 28 July to hear ideas on how the pandemic has changed what we… https://t.co/oypMVmYEjl
Rebecca Salter @royalacademy joins @newwestend on 29 July to discuss #Mayfair’s #art #heritage & the role of art in… https://t.co/xf5xINpvfV
Last July we celebrated #WPANextGen & #CPANextGen talent at a summer reception hosted by @gt_llp. Despite lockdown… https://t.co/94uGVKoE9B
Reminder to register for @gt_llp’s webinar exploring predictions for the built environment post-pandemic tomorrow,… https://t.co/1t17JdPqN1
On behalf of @CityWestminster we are seeking #donations of #laptops to help people who have stayed in emergency acc… https://t.co/y1E1lcgh9g
Here’s one for #ThrowbackThursday – the earliest photo ever taken of London with views from #Trafalgar Square, 1839… https://t.co/lfIpSUDePt
On behalf of @CityWestminster we are seeking #donations of #laptops to help people who have stayed in emergency acc… https://t.co/3M94ra43fv
As many across #Westminster begin returning to work, Emily Stephenson @Colliers_London explores the importance of t… https://t.co/ftV6y814X7
To help support rough sleepers back into work, @CityWestminster is seeking employment opportunities in… https://t.co/xDeadErJbG
.@CityWestminster’s #Community Contribution Fund is open for applications. The fund support projects that reduce ro… https://t.co/JSYopsucbi
Register for @gt_llp’s webinar exploring predictions for the built environment post-pandemic on 22 July, 1pm.… https://t.co/RdP0MYVRaR
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.