Future of London engages with a select group of partners who share our priorities and support our work. As a not-for-profit, we rely on financial contributions to help run projects and keep events free of charge, but partnering with Future of London is about much more than funding: we share connections, expertise, content – and the convivial atmosphere that comes with doing what we love.
Partner with us
If you’re interested in supporting what we do and getting to know our network, contact Nicola Mathers.
Partnering with us typically involves a level of financial sponsorship combined with opportunities to speak at events, contribute research, host seminars or site visits, mentor our Leaders candidates and more. This mix provides the chance to be a trusted ‘thought leader’ in your sector and to make meaningful connections with existing and new audiences.
Partners join a core community of organisations contributing in a meaningful way to London’s future. Partners can engage on a personal level with key London influencers, including decision-makers from local, regional and central government, housing associations, leading private-sector firms, SMEs, and more. We have events and networking opportunities year-round for ongoing relationship-building.
“Future of London is making an invaluable contribution… bringing public and private sector practitioners together to debate major regeneration issues, whilst nurturing new talent at a time when it is needed more than ever.”
Gerry Hughes, Principal & President Europe, Avison Young
“Future of London brings the public and private sectors together in a safe, respectful and productive way. I’ve found working with Future of London enlightening, motivating and often demanding! Partners can challenge each other and, in doing so, understand each other and grow together.”
Kieron Hyams, Associate Director, Arup
Core sponsors provide critical stability by committing to a baseline term and financial contribution. Within that scope, they choose between long-running programmes, general support or individual projects. Importantly, they have spaces on FoL’s steering group, adding valuable insight to our primarily public-sector membership.
Arup is an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services. We are driven to deliver better solutions for our clients and today that means working with others to create a sustainable future.
Involvement with FoL: Headline sponsor, contributor and host on many programmes, including Achieving Net Zero, Making the Case for Place, Managing London’s Exposure to Climate Change, Ageing Cities, the Mayor’s Transport Strategy, and Future London Leaders and Future of Greater Manchester. Core sponsor since 2015.
Countryside is a leading UK developer specialising in building communities. With over 60 years’ experience we have a reputation for high quality design and build, sound governance and good management practices.
Involvement with FoL: Making the Case for Place headline sponsor; People, Place & Community co-sponsor; Overcoming Barriers co-sponsor; Social Value in Procurement co-sponsor; Doing More with Less and Delivering Estate Renewal conferences; Alan Cherry Placemaking Awards; provides two senior mentors. Core sponsor since 2016.
Hatch Urban Solutions creates economic and social insight to help clients make a positive impact on people, places and economies. As part of the Hatch Group, they provide clients with a full range of support and know-how from concept to completion.
Involvement with FoL: Greater Manchester Leaders Plus sponsor; City Makers’ Forum sponsor; provides director-level mentors. Core sponsor since 2019.
Mount Anvil has spent 30 years focused on London. We create outstanding places that are known for world-class design, lasting quality and genuine customer care. We raise the bar each time, evidenced by the customers and partners that keep coming back to us.
Involvement with FoL: Project sponsor on Building Recovery; co-sponsor and host on the Emerging Talent Programme; Core sponsor since 2021.
Pollard Thomas Edwards specialises in the creation of new neighbourhoods and the revitalisation of old ones. Their projects embrace the whole spectrum of residential development and other essential ingredients which make our cities, towns and villages into thriving and sustainable places.
Involvement with FoL: Lead sponsor on Workspace that Works; co-sponsor of Achieving Net Zero, People, Place & Community, Overcoming Barriers, Ageing Cities, and Delivering Estate Renewal and Creating Resilient Town Centres conferences; steering group and Leaders courses host; provides senior mentors. Core sponsor since 2015.
Potter Raper is a construction consultancy offering Project Management, Quantity Surveying, Employer’s Agent, Building Surveying, Joint Venture, HS&E (including Principal Designer), Fund/Bank Monitoring, Site Inspector, and Laser Scanning/CAD Services to both private and public sector clients.
Involvement with FoL: Council-Led Housing Forum co-sponsor, Workspace for All co-sponsor, London Housing Network co-sponsor; Leaders course mentors.
Argent and Related Argent are involved in the full development process and has delivered major mixed-use developments in the UK, including commercial, residential, education, cultural and community developments.
Involvement with FoL: Sponsor of Leaders Plus and contributor to Knowledge projects such as placemaking and ageing cities; provides senior mentors. Core sponsor since 2016.
Trowers & Hamlins is an international law firm committed to helping private and public sector organisations across real estate to build stronger, more sustainable and economically successful communities.
Involvement with FoL:
Leaders Plus host; provides venues and senior mentors. Trowers & Hamlins have been a core sponsor since 2022.
Programme and project sponsors help us deliver research, network initiatives and leadership courses with a mix of financial support, hosting, content and time from key staff as speakers, mentors, advisors and project steering group representatives.