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New Research: Remixing Central London
New research submitted from Centre for London ‘Remixing Central London’ sponsored by WPA
Career opportunities in property
Explore a list of internships, work experience and graduate programmes offered by WPA member organisations.
Global Cities Survey
The Global Cities Survey is commissioned by the London Property Alliance and produced in partnership with the Centre for London.
Zero Carbon Westminster: A Focus on Retrofit in Historic Buildings
Read our best practice guidelines on retrofitting historic buildings.
Statement of Intent: Delivering a Sustainable City Charter
The WPA & Westminster City Council have jointly pledged to work together to develop a Sustainable City Charter.
Survey: Al fresco dining in Westminster
Read WPA Vision for Soho and al fresco consultations
Past Event
WPA NextGen podcast: Flexible working and remote collaboration
WPA NextGen find out about trends in flexible working and remote collaboration in Westminster's offices.
London’s Knowledge Quarter: Reception at 80 Charlotte Street
WPA and CPA members were invited to join London Property Alliance’s reception celebrating the growth of London’s Knowledge Quarter
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Podcast: Designing a zero carbon Westminster
Oliver Morris and Andy Haigh (GBI) discuss the role of developers in achieving net zero carbon.
Blog: Global Cities
Chief Economic Advisor Alexander Jan reflects on how London and New York have been affected by the pandemic.
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Diversifying Real Estate: Sexuality

This guide aims to help individuals and organisations make Central London’s real estate sector more accessible and inclusive for people that identify as LGBTQ+, with suggestions of way to improve representation and support at Board, middle management and NextGen levels.

Part of a series of six booklets themes around diversifying London's real estate sector, this guide has been commissioned by CPA and WPA NextGen, produced by London Property Alliance, and supported by NextGen champion, Gardiner & Theobald. It has been written in partnership with Freehold, and informed by roundtables attended by members, co-opted experts and stakeholders from local and London government.

Read the guide