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

Housing Zones: Tottenham

Tottenham Housing Zone map

The first of our Housing Zone profiles looks at Tottenham in LB Haringey, an early front-runner and long-term priority for both the council and GLA.

The Truth about Networking

If you’ve seen a recent spike in contact requests, offers of help, invitations or ideas thrown your way, Future of London may be partly to blame. Following our capacity-crowd 14th April event, The Truth about Networking, there’s been a flurry of activity across and beyond our network. Just over 100 … Read more

Getting on the map

This excerpt from our Crossrail as Catalyst report explores the importance of perception along the route — especially for stations new to London’s Tube map.