Today marks the start of Capital West London’s news service, bringing you all the latest regeneration and economic development updates from around the area. Live news will be uploaded at – capitalwestlondon.co.uk/news – with an email newsletter rounding up the best stories every fortnight and delivered to a targeted audience of business leaders. You can sign up for the newsletter here.
The brainchild of the West London Alliance, Capital West London is a ground-breaking new partnership aimed at guaranteeing the future economic prosperity of their seven boroughs – Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon and Hounslow.
The news service will be delivered in association with lookwestlondon.com, who have been providing a growing audience with their favourite source of economic development and regeneration updates for the past 10 years.
Jackie Sadek, CEO of UK regeneration, said: “This has been a great news service for many years, playing an important role in keeping those with an interest in West London’s regeneration up to date with all the latest developments affecting the area.
“I am sure by coming under the Capital West London banner, the service will deliver even better for West London’s stakeholders. These are exciting times for the sub-region, with so many developments up and running and opportunities found in all of the seven boroughs.
“Capital West London has a huge part to play in ensuring continued economic growth, and the news service will keep us all informed along the way.”
Ross Sturley, Principal of Chart Lane, who deliver lookwestlondon.com, said: “Research has proved lookwestlondon is far-and-away the best-read publication among the West London economic development and regeneration community. This new merger with Capital West London will only help us grow the audience further.
“By working together, and with the West London Alliance involved, we will be able to devote more resources and we will certainly have much more impact both inside the region and out. We are excited to play a growing part in West London’s thriving economy.”