Lessons and questions from London’s Poverty Profile

Last week, Trust for London and the New Policy Institute [NPI] released the fourth edition of London’s Poverty Profile. This independent report draws on official government data to paint a picture of poverty and inequality across the Capital. By compiling statistics from across a range of government agencies, the report succinctly takes a … [Read more...]

Planning for school places

As London’s population continues to rise, and with the country’s highest birth rates, local authorities across the capital region face rapidly increasing demand for school places. Boroughs have a statutory requirement to provide a school place for every child, and many schools are already operating at full capacity. While the current shortage is … [Read more...]

Breakfast Bites with host Lewis Silkin

This autumn, Future of London is partnering with law firm Lewis Silkin to host a series of breakfast seminars. These ‘Breakfast Bites’ will focus on hot topics facing built environment practitioners. Each event will include a light breakfast, followed by a panel of speakers and Q&A. There will also be an opportunity for networking over … [Read more...]