What will London look like in fifty years’ time? In the spring of 2012, Future of London partnered with UCL’s Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities to explore this question as part of their London 2062 programme. Housing, energy, transport and the economy were discussed and debated by leading academics and … Read more
David Fell considers how changes in the direction of London’s economy now could help create a more sustainable, balanced and equal London in 2062.
This new essay collection considers what London can learn from the ‘Danish model’ of Decentralised Energy networks.
Following on our London 2062 series, partnered with UCL, Hannah Dalgleish imagines a leaner, greener economy, and how we can get closer to making it happen.
Following on our London 2062 series, partnered with UCL, Simon Cavanagh contemplates how more creative and collaborative communities could hold the key to a more equitable and prosperous London.
Following on our London 2062 series, partnered with UCL, Michelle Hegarty considers the dwindling numbers of home-ownership in London, and its effect on the city.
As part of our London2062 collaboration, University College London’s Sofie Pelsmakers considers the effects of global warming in relation to London’s future housing design challenges.
As part of our London 2062 series, economist David Fell reflects on the direction of the London economy over the next fifty years.
Speaking at our London 2062: The Future of London Transport event, Peter Hall considers the need for further aviation infrastructure. Peter Hall – London 2062: Transport