This new monthly feature will cover some of the key regeneration work being undertaken by members of Future of London.
Our first ‘London’s Transport Network: Adaptation and Evolution’ event generated innovative ideas and perspectives on how to adapt to London’s future population change.
On 6th March, we launched a discussion paper , produced for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and written by Future of London. This paper gives an overview of the London housing market with a particular focus on affordability and the impact of recent policy reforms on affordable housing. It argues that … Read more
Our new event series looks at how transport planning in London responds to demographic and geographic shifts, and influence sustainable travel choices.
Three years since the election, two years since the riots, one year since the Olympics – this lecture series will look at the legacies of these events.
Although many station improvements have been design engineered down from initial proposals, there is still scope for regeneration potential.
Round five of our career development programme Future London Leaders has just been launched, which will overlap with round four. This session’s 12 candidates were joined by many of the programme’s mentors and alumni for an introductory session and welcome reception. We would like to extend a warm welcome … Read more
This project will look at the use and viability of the ARM as a means of building new affordable housing in London.