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Call for agreement on TfL’s capital investment to avoid a ‘managed decline’ scenario
London Property Alliance has written an open letter to the Secretary of State for Transport and the Chancellor of the Exchequer
WPA NextGen Blog: Creating a Workplace Wellbeing Experience
WPA NextGen committee member Phil Haddleton discusses the importance of wellness and the future of the workplace.
New Research: Remixing Central London
New research submitted from Centre for London ‘Remixing Central London’ sponsored by WPA
Global powerhouse: how London measures up to rival cities in 2022
London's Covid recovery compares well to other cities but the economy will be tested by war in Ukraine.
Global Cities Survey 2022
Second quarterly Global Cities Survey launched by the London Property Alliance (LPA) with research undertaken by Centre for London
Press release: Ukraine uncertainty overshadows London’s economic and office bounce back
Office recovery shows London making economic progress against New York and Hong Kong but Ukraine uncertainty looms
National Careers Week: Access and youth engagement – Key to greater industry reach
London Property Alliance investigates why National Careers Week is so important to the sector.
International Women’s Day 2022: A message from our Boards and Committees
Watch our latest message from London Property Alliance's board and committees on International Women's Day 2022
International Women’s Day 2022: Q&A with Rosemarie Jones, Church Commissioners
Rosemarie Jones, leading property expert and Chair of WPA’s committee discusses International Women's Day 2022.
“London’s future lies in going back to its villages”– Interview with Cllr Guy Nicholson, London Borough of Hackney’s Deputy Mayor for housing supply, planning, culture & inclusive economy
Read our latest political profile from our London Politics and Planning newsletter.
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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