14 May 2014
London Development Update
Property professionals turned out in large numbers for the NLA’s latest London Development Update, sponsored by GVA, to hear key figures from Derwent London, TIAA Henderson and Stanhope speak about their development pipelines in the capital.
12 May 2014
Barking Town Centre is on the 'Up'
The successful regeneration of Barking Town Centre is winning more accolades, with news of two projects in the area being short-listed for prestigious awards.
7 May 2014
NY-LON Simultaneous Seminars #5: Tall buildings
London and New York are exploring planning, design and coping mechanisms as they adapt to a wave of tall and super-tall buildings that are set to appear on the skyline of the two famous world cities.
1 May 2014
Localism in action: How can we involve the community in regeneration projects?
Effective community engagement begins with thorough research into an area to properly understand its character and characters, but enablers must steer clear of patronising contributors or failing to engage with an important but often neglected group – the young.
25 Apr 2014
Dealing with the growth of tall buildings in London
Tall buildings can come to the aid of London’s acute housing shortage, but they are not the only solution.
15 Apr 2014
Living in Tall Buildings – what can we learn from the rest of the world? Global Teleprescence co-hosted by NLA, Social Life and Cisco
What kind of lessons can London learn from other cities in the world where living in tall buildings is more the norm?
9 Apr 2014
London 2050: What can we learn from Denver?
Boris Johnson faces an ‘uphill struggle’ in convincing London, the Davies Commission and the airports community over his vision for a new facility to the east of the capital, freeing up land for housing and jobs on the Heathrow site.
3 Apr 2014
Farrell Review Industry Launch
Culture minister Ed Vaizey has pledged to do all he can to avoid the ‘disaster’ of the Farrell Review becoming just another report to be left on the government shelf. Instead he told an audience gathered at the NLA this morning for the review’s launch presentation that it is ‘just the beginning of a conversation’ and a platform which will be reassessed in a year’s time to see what progress has been made.
3 Apr 2014
London's Growing Up! Exhibition Private View
The way in which tall buildings relate to the ground plane is just as important as the silhouette they cast on London’s skyline.
2 Apr 2014
NLA Chairman calls on Mayor Boris Johnson to create a London Skyline Commission
NLA Chairman, Peter Murray, has called on Mayor Boris Johnson to create a London Skyline Commission to control the quality of new tall buildings in the capital.
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