The opportunities for development in Barking and Dagenham are the best in London, according to a senior director at a residential and commercial developer.
Countryside’s new business director, Michael Hill, took part in a roundtable discussion to consider regeneration projetcs in the borough – and the establishment of the council’s Growth Commission, which sets out ambitions for Barking and Dagenham's future.
Speaking about developing residential schemes, Hill said: “When you look across London as a whole, there’s nowhere that’s got the scale of opportunity as there is in Barking and Dagenham.
“That’s partly because the rail infrastructure is now so good, in terms of frequency and quality – and with all the other investments coming into the borough, it all seems very positive to us.”
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