Are We Ready For the Boom? Housing Older Londoners
By 2035, the number of over-60s in London alone is expected to rise by 48%, and the over-80s group is set to increase by 70%. This programme asks how older people will afford the housing they want, and as a sector, how we can to provide the amenities they need.
Engaging London’s Private Rented Sector – Report
How can London move towards the PRS it needs and deserves? Our three-year programme, supported by Oak Foundation and Trust for London, has explored approaches to improving the sector, including new development opportunities, licensing schemes and tenant rights. The final report includes analysis, case studies and themed recommendations. For other project outputs, see programme page.
Making the Case for Place
Future of London’s major 2017 programme set out to better understand how different stakeholders value the impacts of placemaking and how to foster greater common ground between their views and interests. This report offers case studies, calls to action for stakeholders and guiding principles for more holistic placemaking valuation.
Making Delivery Models Work for London
This FoL/GVA report takes stock of the housing delivery models councils and the GLA family are using; estimates how many homes and how much affordable housing those are producing; and explores how to share skills and knowledge better, to make the most of these emerging models.
Making Delivery Models Work for London
Future of London and GVA, with input from a broad range of stakeholders, assess which delivery models are being used across the capital, how they’re performing, and where we go from here. The first stocktake was based on an assessment of nine representative London boroughs.
Making the Most of Build to Rent
This report gives an overview of the current wave PRS development in London, now at the highest level in four years. With the gap between social housing and home ownership wider than ever, PRS offers a real alternative; the report includes recommendations for CLG; the GLA; local authorities and housing associations; and developers and investors.
Bringing together feedback from interviews with development managers and a senior roundtable, this briefing investigates ways of improving the development management process for public and private sectors as well as individual applicants.
Workspace that Works
This report summarises Future of London’s Workspace that Works programme, gathering insight and best practice on linking workspace and regeneration and highlighting issues local authorities should be aware of when planning workspace projects.
Priorities for Transport in a Growing London
Briefing from our Nov/Dec 2016 events delivered with support from Arup. The briefing brings together key talking points from speakers, Q&As and workshops and offers recommendations for TfL and the GLA as they prepare the consultation draft of the new Mayor’s Transport Strategy.
Housing Zones Progress Report
Report on the GLA’s Housing Zones programme, assessing progress and initial impacts, including which types of interventions are proving effective and how momentum can be sustained over the lifetime of the programme.
Doing Even More With Even Less
This update provides a sampler of what some local authorities are doing to deliver services in the context of fiscal austerity. Although by no means exhaustive, it serves as a primer for those entering the sector and provides key examples of innovation in public service delivery.
Westminster City Council and Kensington and Chelsea have reluctantly decided to serve notice on the Tri-borough arrangements that were established in June 2011 to drive savings and public service reform for the benefit of residents in three key London boroughs. Read the full story here.
Managing London’s Exposure to Climate Change
This research project delivered in partnership with Arup. The report presents challenges and solutions to making London’s public assets and services more resilient to the current and future effects of climate change. It includes recommendations for national and pan-London policymakers, developers, investors, insurers and educators.
A Social Lettings Agency for London?
Short briefing based on a roundtable Future of London held in February. The event convened 10 boroughs, two sub-regional housing partnerships and the GLA to take stock of existing borough-led lettings agencies, and explore the potential of a cross-borough initiative, as mooted by London Mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan and the London Housing Commission.
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