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Fundamental questions

The workspace question is very much alive. Rather than having a space in everyone's flat or house, providing a workspace in the local environment could be really interesting.

New identity

We've delivered solidly for three years for Westminster - the same team. But we are a new company and we want to find the right partners.

We have overcome

It's those interventions we are making, to put the infrastructure in place so people can plug in straight away and work with us.

Awkward sites

We're working on a really exciting project with a housing association, for older people, on a piece of land that was really difficult to build on.

Time is of the essence

It could negate all the work we've been doing for two years to reduce our temporary accommodation list.

Land reform now!

We've got a government that lacks basic expertise in housing economics.

The unspoken rule

That’s why you don’t come across many JVs between councils and developers that all sides would want to do again.

Closer together

We’ve got a formal partnership for this whole growth corridor, to unlock 15,000 homes but also deliver thousands of new jobs and industrial space.

Radical vision

If you look at our major sites, we have a 100% success record in getting them through the planning process on time. We are confident.

Stick together

The only members of the Labour Party who are in power, and have been since 2010, and will be until 2024, are local government: councillors, cabinet members and leaders.