As part of our Building recovery programme, this roundtable aimed to highlight the key challenges facing the sector when it comes to prioritising fairness in recovery. Our multi-disciplinary panel gave their reflections on the sector’s urgent priorities with key themes around procurement, diversity and skills gaps.
To achieve maximum impact, speaker diversity must be part of a holistic strategy for equality across the built environment. The sector must be able to recruit, retain AND progress talent, independent of background, race or gender. Our 27 September City Hall event, will connect diversity champions across London.
Just visited my old stomping grounds in Moab, Utah, pop. 5,200. A uranium town, adventure sport hub and now second-home magnet, this joyous mash-up of rednecks, hippies and everyone in between has boomed and busted repeatedly. It’s now at risk of becoming a municipal cautionary tale. After years of … Read more
One of Future of London’s greatest assets is our network of individuals and organisations, all working to build a more liveable London. To help you along, FoL provides frequent opportunities to meet, make connections, learn about new and relevant topics, share experiences and explore best practice. In 2017, we started … Read more
Design Council Head of Cities Nicola Mathers to join FoL as permanent Head of Networks
In the face of challenge and criticism, organisations and individuals are taking action to deliver a better future for London. What will you commit to?
The final seminar in our Delivering Public Health series explored what stakeholders are doing to link food and health in their communities.
We held the second event in our Delivering Public Health series on May 15th, which focused on the impact of poverty and inequality on increasing health outcomes at local level.