The Berkeley Group builds homes and neighbourhoods. We create beautiful, successful places where communities thrive and where people of all ages and backgrounds enjoy a great quality of life.
We specialise in transforming the most challenging and complex sites; collaborating with councils and communities to tackle the economic, social and environmental factors holding these places back.
The core values that underpin Berkeley remain unchanged from our early days; a passion for great places, integrity, respect for people, thinking creatively and achieving excellence through detail.
For 140 years Middlesex University London has been home to innovators and change-makers. We have built a reputation that combines academic rigour with meeting practical business needs.
As a ‘University for Skills’, Middlesex is engaged and supportive of the skills agenda. Through our excellent links with employers, further education and other partners we are building the skills the country needs to boost productivity.
We work closely with business to make sure that what our students learn is what London, UK and global employers need.
We design work based learning, in company learning, professional practice, with employers for employers. Studying in the workplace for a Degree Apprenticeship, an MBA, Doctorate or post graduate study is our area of expertise.
Middlesex University has a proven track record in work-based learning for Management, Leadership and B2B Sales and recently won a Queens Award for our workforce development expertise. Talk to us, challenge us to think differently.
OPDC is working with the Mayor of London, government, national partners, local councils, local businesses and communities to drive forward the delivery of 25,500 new homes and 65,000 new jobs in one of London’s largest Opportunity Areas.
This west London site will host the HS2 and Elizabeth line (Crossrail) ‘superhub’ station in 2026 and become a new gateway to the world economy. Its close proximity to the City of London and Heathrow Airport provides a unique long-term opportunity for developers and investors alike.
The new commercial hub, with cultural uses, and a diverse network of vibrant neighbourhoods, will create a London destination that will boost the UK economy and create a place for Londoners and the UK to live, work and enjoy.
Quintain is the developer leading the £3bn transformation of Wembley Park in north west London, delivering new jobs, restaurants, shops, offices and hotels alongside 7,500 new homes in the heart of the Mayor’s Wembley Opportunity Area.
Wembley Park is set to become home to the largest portfolio of build to rent property on a single site in the UK. Quintain has created a lifestyle-focussed residential rental operating platform, called Tipi, to provide first class management of their extensive property portfolio. In 2016 Tipi won Inside Housing’s Top 60 Developments award for “Best Build to Rent Development of the Year”.
Wembley Park is a neighbourhood alive with activity, with the SSE Arena, Wembley Stadium and London Designer Outlet on site, Boxpark due to open in December 2018 and Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre opening in early 2019.
Quintain was awarded “Property Company of the Year 2018” by the Evening Standard Business Awards.
With over 17 years’ experience in partnership working, the WLA is committed to an enduring programme of collaboration and innovation to improve outcomes for West London. The West London Vision for Growth was drawn up in 2016. Led by the West London Economic Prosperity Board, the plan aims to ensure the sub-region remains a thriving and prosperous part of a premier world city, with highly-profitable businesses of sizes investing in it, successful residents and resilient communities.
Representing businesses and enterprises with a presence in the seven ‘West London Alliance’ boroughs, WLB’s mission is to ensure that West London is the best place to do business. Our members’ commit to drive forward the sub-region’s global economic competitiveness, whilst pursuing social and environmental sustainability. A business-led non-profit WLB are governed by a board that includes leaders from blue chips, such as Heathrow and PwC, as well as Fullers, IBB Solicitors, micro enterprises and key educational institutions. Alongside around two hundred members, WLB has a reach of 15,000+ supporters.
We are delighted to be involved with the Capital West London Growth summit. As a business which invests in local talent, supporting communities and delivering a lasting legacy we are excited to be partnering with an organisation with whom we share many values. West London has always been a key focus area for our business growth; we look forward to continuing to engage in a collaborative manner and the delivery of successful outcomes for all.
The Capital West London programme is being facilitated by White Label – a specialist place marketing agency that builds relationships across the private and public sectors in the regeneration, built environment and property industries. We work with some of the leading brands and businesses in the sector.