Overcoming Barriers: redeveloping Euston

Opening in 1837, Euston was the first station to connect London with another city. At the same time, the station and the railway tracks leading to it have created a physical north-south and east-west barriers through the neighbourhood for decades. Over the next 15 years the station will be redeveloped, bringing high-speed rail … Read more

Smarter Cities: Infrastructure

GLA/Arup Infrastructure Mapping Application

As London grows, its infrastructure is coming under increasing strain. New infrastructure is needed to help deliver homes, move people around and improve the environment, and in a context of rapid change, up-to-date information is vital for making informed decisions about large-scale investment. Speakers at FoL’s 28 Sept Smarter Cities … Read more

Brexit briefing links

This selection of Brexit links offers insight into how leaving the EU could affect government, housing associations, development, and infrastructure, with a focus where possible on London-specific impacts. To suggest a link, email amanda@futureoflondon.org.uk. Articles Government The Commons Library provides two briefings: one covering the impact on devolution, EU funds, EU laws, and … Read more

Cross-Sector Brexit Briefing

Future of London’s 15th July Brexit briefing shared insight from leaders in our cross-sector network on the implications of Brexit for London.