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Network Homes appointed to City Hall’s new London Development Panel

03 September 2018

Network Homes has been appointed to the Mayor of London’s new London Development Panel.

As part of the Prospect House Consortium, alongside Stanhope and Laing O’Rourke, Network Homes will be part of a framework of 29 well-established developers, housebuilders, contractors and Registered Providers of Social Housing.

The Panel aims to speed up the process of delivering homes on public sites in the capital by allowing public landowners access to a streamlined and efficient method for selecting development partners for their sites through a mini-competition process and standardised contracts.

The London Development Panel (LDP2) will run for four years ending on 8 August 2022 and is available free of charge to public landowners and Registered Providers.

LDP2 offers a comprehensive range of development services to prepare a site, construct new homes and complete the development and surrounding infrastructure, plus the marketing, sale and after care of a development.

Network Homes has already been appointed a Strategic Development Partner by the Greater London Authority.


Our selection to the new London Development Panel shows that we are a trusted partner of the Mayor of London and builds on our reputation as a Strategic Development Partner. Our ambitious objective to deliver 5,000 new homes in five years goes hand-in-hand with our inclusion on this Panel and we are excited to work with public landowners to speed up the delivery of new affordable homes for Londoners.

David Gooch, Executive Director of Development at Network Homes
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