We are a not-for-profit membership body and advocacy group representing the major owners, occupiers, developers, investors and advisers to real estate in the City of London, with more than 150 member companies and an associated network of nearly 1,500 professionals.
The City Property Association (CPA) represent the property industry as a collective voice to inform policy and help drive economic prosperity of the City. We commission research, host seminars and receptions, share best practice and showcase the property industry’s contribution to the Square Mile.
As well as publishing annual joint research with the City of London Corporation, we have led on the creation of a new digital platform, One City, to help promote the City’s increasingly diverse leisure, retail and cultural offer to a younger generation of workers – who are so critical to the area’s future appeal to business and its ongoing success.
Our selected Board members play a key role in leading the strategic direction of the Association and in their liaison role with the City of London Corporation. Our various committees support the work of the CPA Board.
Meet our Leadership Team and Executive Team.
London Property Alliance is the name for the combined campaigns of CPA and it's sister association, the Westminster Property Association (WPA), on issues which impact Central London real estate.
The Alliance is the collective voice of 400 corporate members comprising the leading owners, investors, developers and advisors to property across the City, West End and their neighbouring commercial districts.Learn more
CPA supports the next generation of industry leaders by helping younger professionals expand their business networks and broaden their industry knowledge.
Supported by Gardiner & Theobald, the CPA NextGen NextGen committee oversees an exciting programme of events and drives initiatives that promote diversity and inclusion within the industry.Learn more about CPA NextGen
Our business priorities
Our leadership team has set four key priorities to inform the Association’s research, events and engagement programme.