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Wondering how West London will provide homes for your staff? | Next week, Deputy Mayor James Murray joins us at the West London Property Lunch

There is just over a week to go until the West London Autumn Property Lunch. London Deputy Mayor James Murray will address the future of housing across West London at the Clayton Hotel, Chiswick from 12 - 3pm, Friday 7 October. Don't miss out and book today!
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Only one week remains to book a place at the West London Property Lunch and put your questions about the future of London's residential developments to James Murray, Deputy Mayor for Housing.

James joins us next Friday, 7 October, at the Clayton Hotel, Chiswick as our keynote speaker and will share his views on housing and reflections on what he is seeking to achieve at City Hall. He joined the London Mayor's Office in 2016 as Deputy Mayor for Housing, coming from Islington Council where he held the position of Executive Member for Housing & Development for six years.

Our property lunches are a perfect platform to connect with over 70 key influencers from West London’s property, construction and planning sector. With a three-course lunch on offer as well as unlimited networking potential, the West London Property Lunch is the place to develop ideas and grow new partnerships.

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* If you are a member of West London Business, please use the Promotional Code MEMBDISCOUNT when you register to trigger the discount. Only WLB members are eligible to use this code.
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