Networks for the built environment
We believe in the power of networks to connect different disciplines, sectors and backgrounds. We support networks for the built environment sector to enable people to share practical experience and learn from each other.
We run a unique network for executive directors responsible for inclusive growth and economic development across London. The vitality of London’s economy is pressing and executive directors in London boroughs are at the forefront of this challenge.
The Health and Housing Impact Network helps the built environment sector address urban health inequalities. Integrated Care Systems require health professionals to work in a place-based way, and the network support cross-profession working.
The London boroughs are re-establishing themselves as housebuilders. The Council-Led Housing Network creates opportunities for London boroughs to access peer-to-peer support, good practice and expert knowledge.
Local authorities are responding to increasing housing targets and need. This network for senior leaders of local authority housing companies in London support knowledge-sharing.
The City Makers’ Forum is a platform for exploring key urban issues with invited guest speakers. Generating an extensive network of professionals interested in shaping the future of our cities, sharing experience and building connections.
On joining Future London Leaders or Leaders Plus (London or Greater Manchester) candidates are automatically part of the FoL Alumni Network. The network is a platform for learning, connecting and career progression.
Future of London has an extensive cross-sector network of experienced professionals who contribute to the professional development of candidates on our Leadership courses and gain access to workshops and networking opportunities.
Future of London’s Speaker Diversity Network is a group of leading individuals and organisations bringing new voices to urban debate. The network promotes under-represented groups, makes it easy to diversify speaker panels, and is free to use.
Our sister organisation manages networks for leadership alumni and the mentors who support its leadership programmes. FoGM also runs a network called Diverse Voices, which brings fresh voices to urban debate by offering people from under-represented groups speaker training. Get in touch for more info.