Senior leaders from across London’s built environment discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the capital over the next 10 to 30 years, and the role of leadership in ensuring that London remains globally competitive.
As part of our Building recovery programme, FoL took a trip Poplar HARCA’s Aberfeldy Estate regeneration to see how they’ve been working closely with the community to make regeneration work for them and to build a place that is welcoming, safe and secure for all.
How can city makers respond to the changes to inner and outer London and to the deep-seated inequalities exposed and exacerbated by the pandemic? For this City Makers’ Forum, we invited a cross-sector panel to debate what it will take to level up London for all.
This ‘Connections’ episode focuses on the creative and progressive use of public-sector assets to achieve greater local impact. Local authorities are increasingly asking how they can deliver more social and economic value through the properties that they own, control and influence.
The consultation for Planning for the Future, the government White Paper proposing major planning reforms, closes on 29th October. Future of London’s Steering group met for an informal discussion on what the proposed reforms might mean for London.
As we look beyond immediate crisis response, where should we focus to sustain, regain or rethink critical investment, employment and behaviours? Find out in the second in our series on local economic recovery.
Alumni Communities of Practice forum exploring some of the short-term operational and design challenges faced during the Covid crisis, and the long-term role workspace will play in supporting local economic recovery.
Retailers now have to find ways to offer what consumers want from ‘live’ shopping while minimising risk. In this #LearningFromCrisis guest post Rob Asbury, Partner at Montagu Evans, considers how to make retail stores stack up in a socially distancing world.
Covid-19 has radically altered urban life. Future of London spoke to housing, enforcement, planning and regeneration professionals in our network about the impact of the pandemic on the public sector and how they’ve been delivering city services.