Winckworth Sherwood is acting on Wandsworth Borough Council’s £1bn Nine Elms regeneration, which includes Battersea Power Station; the scheme plans to provide up to 16,000 homes and extend the London Underground’s Northern Line to the site. It also assisted Durham County Council with a wide-reaching service delivery review, and is advising Bridgend Council on a £50m leisure outsourcing project.
Winckworth Sherwood is delighted to sponsor the Social Housing Finance Conference 2015. Taking place on 21 May, it will be the first major housing conference following the general election and the focus will be the new financial and political environment and how to plan financially under possibly a new political regime.
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