Waltham Forest is a north-east London borough with £1 billion of regeneration and development opportunities.
Use this website to find out how you can take part.
The new scheme will see 100 per cent affordable homes for first-time buyers.
Waltham Forest Council has set out a 10-year vision for the south-west of the borough, which has been branded Lea Valley Eastside.
Waltham Forest Council
Waltham Forest Town Hall
Walthamstow E17 4JF
020 8496 3000
Waltham Forest's economic growth strategy 2016-2020 sets out how the council plans to deliver economic growth for the borough over the next four years.
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The town centre strategy 2016-2020 describes Waltham Forest Council's plans to improve the borough's eight largest town centres.
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A Design Charter was produced by Waltham Forest Council to present its vision for well-designed homes
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“The event was considered a success by everyone I've spoken to and has already led to one developer meeting that I know of.”
-Mark Newland-Smith, director, Regenfirst
“I am very pleased that we're working with Waltham Forest Council as it looks ahead with an exciting development and investment programme. Since chosen to develop the Marlow Road site, we have been encouraged with the response and co-operation of the local community and other stakeholders who share the council's strategic investment aspirations.”
-Michael Hill, new business director, Countryside
“We are delighted to have partnered with the council on their first edition of Invest Waltham Forest magazine and support a wider campaign that demonstrates their ambition to deliver high quality regeneration across the borough. We really like the magazine and the initiative and are happy with how our scheme, The Mall, has been promoted within”
-Mark Bourgeois, executive director, Capital & Regional
“Great job guys!”
-Mikis Almanov, Director, SAV Group
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-Josh Gordon, Director, GS8
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-Chris Atkins, Director, Symmetrys