The Economic Growth Strategy sets out our plans for investment, growth and regeneration to 2020.
How we're regenerating and growing the borough to benefit residents and businesses
We aim to ‘keep, seed and grow’ businesses in the borough to ensure our economy thrives.
The Waltham Forest Climate Emergency Commission will inform the Council’s Climate Emergency Strategy and make recommendations for how, as a borough, we can work together to tackle a global issue in a local context. The Commission comprises of experts from across the energy, waste and environmental sectors to bring their knowledge and expertise to help the Council in our next phase of tackling the climate emergency.
We will ensure that local people have the skills to access high-quality employment.
We aim to build 12,000 new homes by 2020, creating a vibrant local economy.
How growth supports the delivery of vital infrastructure across the borough.
Attractive offers for investors, developers, businesses and potential residents
The London Borough of Waltham Forest launched an Invitation to Tender (ITT) on Friday 15 June 201
The Council has developed the Lea Bridge and Leyton Vision (Lea Valley Eastside)
We promote retail, business, cultural, leisure and residential investment in our town centres.
Walthamstow Wetlands is the largest urban wetland nature reserve in the country – as well as Euro