Since the start of the pandemic people of all ages now spend more time outdoors – and the public realm has taken on a new significance in community life. As we look towards a post-pandemic future, this case study explores Thamesmead, the lessons we can learn from how communities have used outside spaces during lockdown and how landscape-led placemaking prioritises and strengthens community.
This is a guest post by Scott Bryant, Senior Policy Officer, GLA Housing & Land and FoL Alumni Rep. Our latest Alumni event focused on how we can balance the competing demands on London’s limited land supply to ensure we deliver successful and sustainable places – not just homes. Housing … Read more
Our June 17th field trip explored how third-sector partnerships are helping to create vibrant and successful places along London’s South Bank, and how groups outside the public sector can promote social value.
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.