15 Sep 2014

Growth and change in the Square Mile

The City of London is forging ahead with initiatives to make it become a better, more attractive place to be in, and thereby help its businesses to lure and retain the best staff.

10 Sep 2014

News release - Don’t Move, Improve! 2014 open for entries

News release – Wednesday 10 September
Don’t Move, Improve! 2014 open for entries

Don’t Move, Improve! 2014 now open for entries, submission deadline 5pm on Tuesday 14 October 2014

18 Aug 2014

Public space and NLA exhibition unveiled at The Leadenhall Building

British Land and Oxford Properties have today opened the new public space at the base of The Leadenhall Building in the City of London, unveiling an exhibition in collaboration with New London Architecture which chronicles the construction of the building.

12 Aug 2014

Olympic Park tours

With the legacy project of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park well underway and more and more of London Legacy Development Corporation's (LLDC) forthcoming plans coming into the public domain, it was timely for a tour of the whole site led by LLDC themselves.

23 Jul 2014

Crossrail: Delivering better public spaces

Crossrail will have a transformational regeneration effect on London’s public realm even in places the new rail line does not touch as other areas are forced to ‘up their game’ to keep pace.

16 Jul 2014

Heathrow City - new urban visions

The three architects commissioned to come up with proposals for Heathrow City – the space created if the airport were to move east – were at the NLA this morning to outline their visions.

10 Jul 2014

New London Awards 2014 honour Roger Madelin and key schemes in regeneration, housing and public spaces

19 winners announced across 15 categories representing all sectors of the built environment.

4 Jul 2014

The Human Scale

Popcorn and placemaking were the order of the day at the NLA on Tuesday as a select group of invited urban planners and architects discussed how some of the principles espoused in Jan Gehl’s film, ‘The Human Scale’ could apply to London.

3 Jul 2014

Fit London: Designing a healthier city

London must do more to create healthier environments if a worrying rise in childhood obesity and a string of adult diseases and disorders can be reversed.

27 Jun 2014

NLA Showcase: Three Cultural Buildings

The architects behind three major London cultural projects which all aim to open up the work of their respective client institutions to the public were at the NLA this morning to give their insights on the schemes.