Award-winning communications experts in the built environment
Our recently launched report analyses the ward-by-ward results from the London Mayoral and Assembly elections alongside other factors to look ahead to what we can expect to happen when Londoners return to the polls to decide who runs the 32 London boroughs next May.
Unlike the election that has just passed which returned the status quo, this election has the potential for far reaching consequences for the development industry.
In this report we look at potential changes to political control in key boroughs like Barnet, Harrow and Wandsworth as well as looking at the issues that are likely to dominate this election and potentially the development context for the following four years.
We have written this report using our senior team’s decades of planning communications and local political experience.