This research by the Future of London and The Smith Institute also warns that this growth is pricing out local people.
This Future of London briefing paper looks at the implications of implementing the Green Deal and the Energy Company Obligation in relation to planning policy at a local level.
Future of London launches its latest report examining the delivery challenges associated with the Green Deal and ECO.
As part of our London 2062 series, economist David Fell reflects on the direction of the London economy over the next fifty years.
Here is the latest podcast from our London2062 work programme, undertaken jointly with University College London. This time we hear from David Lunts, Executive Director for Housing at the GLA, set out what he believes will be the major challenges for housing over the next fifty years. You can download … Read more
Future of London is convening a series of senior practitioner roundtables asking what “affordable housing” means for London following recent reforms, and explore new ways to deliver affordable housing in London.
Luke Hildyard outlines the key features of Green Deal and ECO, and the potential roles that London Boroughs could play in their delivery.
There is a real danger that London will not receive its fair share of the forthcoming Energy Company Obligation (ECO). ECO is a Government scheme that will mandate the major energy suppliers to deliver specified carbon and fuel poverty reduction targets from homes, estimated to be worth £1.3 billion a … Read more
Future of London is partnering with University College London to examine the challenges facing London’s future development in relation to housing, energy, transport and the economy.
The 2008 Climate Change Act commits the UK to an 80 per cent cut in carbon emissions by 2050 on 1990 levels. As a milestone towards this target, the Government is also legally bound to a 34 per cent cut by 2020, and a forthcoming commitment to a 50 per … Read more