Delivering homes and communities: collaboration and successful partnerships


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The long established approach to development whereby local authorities provide the land and a private sector partner contributes the money is becoming less common and less clear cut. Delivery partners are looking at new ways to harness their combined strengths to work together more successfully.

We hosted a roundtable at London Real Estate Forum (LREF) with key industry figures from both the public and private sectors with a wealth of experience in setting up and working in partnerships.

Trowers & Hamlins’ Partner Rebecca Wardle led the discussion to explore what enables better collaboration, and successful and productive partnerships to deliver much needed development and infrastructure in the Capital.

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