We are a not-for-profit advocacy group representing over 240 members from across Westminster’s built environment. Our membership is diverse and covers the full spectrum of the industry, including commercial, retail and residential sectors.
Our work is based around three core principles: policy, research and engagement. We make representations to policymakers at local and national level, publish thought leadership research and host a wide range of events to help our members stay engaged, connected and informed.
Our principal focus continues to be planning and economic development policy in Central London and we maintain excellent working relationships with members and officers of Central London’s local authorities.Find out more about our work
Every year, at the Annual General Meeting, Board members are elected as leaders of the Association. They play a key role in the strategic direction of the Association and in their liaison role with the City of Westminster. Our various committees support the work of the WPA Board.
Meet our Leadership Team and Executive Team.
London Property Alliance is the name for the combined campaigns and events of WPA and its sister organisation, City Property Association (CPA), on issues which impact Central London real estate.
The Alliance is the collective voice of 400 member organisations including the leading owners, investors, developers and advisors to property in the City, West End and their neighbouring commercial districts.Learn more
WPA supports the next generation of industry leaders by helping younger professionals expand their buiness networks and broaden their industry knowledge.
Supported by Gardiner & Theobald, the WPA NextGen committee oversees an exciting programme of events and drives initiatives that promote diveristy and inclusion within the industry.Learn more about WPA NextGen
Become a Member
Membership of the WPA is open to developers, owners, investors and professional advisors who have an interest in real estate in the City of Westminster or its neighbouring commercial districts.
Diversity, Equality & Inclusion
We are committed to ensuring that the built environment sector better reflects Westminster’s diverse communities. We are dedicated to promoting diversity, equality and inclusion within our own work and making best use of our platform to inform and inspire our members, so that together we can make our sector more inclusive and representative. Read more about our work here.
Our business priorities
Our leadership team has set four key priorities to inform the Association’s research, events and engagement programme