23 Jun 2009

Sir Simon Milton introduces NLA's Planning in London conference

One year on from the Mayoral elections in May 2008, which saw Boris Johnson take over the helm from Ken Livingstone, NLA’s second annual Planning in London conference, in association with Planning in London magazine, was a timely opportunity to reflect on what that Mayor has achieved so far and what his ambitions are for the future.

11 Jun 2009

Delivering Homes for Londoners

June’s housing series kicked off on Thursday with a full-day conference that focused on ‘Delivering Homes for Londoners’. In spite of the ongoing tube strike, around 150 architects, developers, housing professionals, policy makers and industry experts made their way to NLA to find out about the future of housing delivery in the capital.

1 Jun 2009

NLA on Twitter

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28 May 2009

BARGE: Breathing new life into Docklands

This morning, British Waterways in partnership with H20 Urban Ltd, announced the winners of a competition to remodel five historic Spits Barges, on display at NLA in a month-long exhibition

26 May 2009

Oxford Circus Diagonal Crossings: Breakfast Talk

On Tuesday morning Graham King (Westminster City Council), David Shaw (Crown Estate) and Peter Heath (Atkins) spoke to an audience of over 100 built environment professionals at NLA’s free breakfast talk on the Oxford Circus Diagonal Crossings.

21 May 2009

Public Realm Series: Breathing Spaces Conference

NLA's two-part series of Public Realm conferences concluded on Thursday 21 May with a thought-provoking debate on the future of London's 'Breathing Spaces'.

1 Apr 2009

Transforming the Boroughs

A major new permanent display looks at development and regeneration taking place across London's 33 local authority areas.

2 Mar 2009

Bold and beautiful design is celebrated as part of 'Contemporary Westminster'

An exhibition celebrating some of London's most bold and beautiful architecture is to go on display this week (4th March) at New London Architecture.