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.
Local authorities face a complex landscape of properties, funding mechanisms and providers to navigate to delivery energy efficiency, with the added pressure of limited time to act – our latest event explored how they can get value for money from ECO while it remains.
Future of London member Peabody have been shaking up housing procurement with their drive to involve more small firms in their new developments. We spoke to Claire Bennie to find out more.
On October 15th, we welcomed the first round of candidates from Future of London’s new Leaders Plus career development programme. This first session was an Applied Leadership Skills workshop, led by Miffa Salter of Urbancanda.
Our series on delivering the Green Deal and Energy Company Obligation, supported by EDF Energy, continued with this event.
As CERT and CESP finish in 2012, this event explored what lessons from these programmes can be used to successfully deliver ECO.
Future London Leaders Mentors Each Future London Leader is paired with a senior mentor from Future of London’s extensive cross-sector network. These mentors provide a ‘safe space’ sounding board for candidates, as well as invaluable experience and insights from their own careers. See here for more about mentoring. Future London Leaders Round … Read more
Our Partners Partnering with us typically involves a level of financial sponsorship combined with opportunities to speak at events, contribute research, host seminars or site visits, mentor our Leaders candidates and more. This mix provides the chance to be a trusted ‘thought leader’ in your sector and to make meaningful … Read more