Parks and green space: does everyone feel welcome?

Parks and green space: does everyone feel welcome?

Throughout the pandemic, parks have provided respite from cabin fever and safe places to meet family and friends. Whilst Covid demonstrates the value of green space for everybody, it also highlights inequalities. This webinar explored barriers experienced by people from different backgrounds and how the sector can do better.

London’s councils can learn from each other on tackling the housing crisis

Kings Crescent, Hackney (courtesy of Hackney Council)

A lack of skills and experience in delivering homes is holding some London councils back. Future of London aims to tackle that issue, as Deputy Chief Executive Nicola Mathers explains (as first appeared on Inside Housing, 20 October 2018) This week Future of London launched its new Council-Led Housing Forum, a three-year programme of events … Read more

Beyond borders: Overcoming administrative barriers

Future of London’s Overcoming Barriers programme is looking at the impact of both physical barriers, such as roads, rail and rivers and administrative boundaries across London. The geography and impact of London’s administrative boundaries may not be as immediately obvious as those of its physical barriers, are no less relevant … Read more

Ageing Cities: London

ageing cities

Future of London’s Ageing Cities programme identifies opportunities to share experiences and innovation for supporting our ageing population.