2 Nov 2018
Urban Design in the City of London – Learning programme
During the October half-term New London Architecture and The City Centre’s Learning Programme hosted a three-day workshop for young people aged 14-17.
1 Nov 2018
Waltham Forest joins the culture club
Waltham Forest is aiming to get ‘culture on every corner’ as part of its bid to provide the catalyst to unleash investment and make the borough a better place for all.
31 Oct 2018
Transport and the rise of the autonomous
Autonomous vehicles and drones represent a definite part of the future of London – a case of “when”, rather than “if.” But their impacts – socially, politically, environmentally and economically – as well as the regulatory requirements they need, remain under the radar with local authorities and central government.
30 Oct 2018
Television Centre Study Tour
Last week, 45 NLA Members visited the revamped Television Centre complex on a sunny morning in White City.
30 Oct 2018
‘Revolution’ required to hit 100,000 homes target
A clutch of leading built environment thinkers and practitioners gathered at NLA on Monday night to try and answer a burning question for London: where on earth are we going to build 100,000 homes a year? The answer, it seemed, was that it is a tough ask, requiring revolution rather than evolution.
22 Oct 2018
MIPIM UK day two
Day two of this year’s MIPIM UK looked at what the concept of what good growth might mean – in terms of planning, London’s Towns, from transport infrastructure and in the east of the capital, as well as how workplaces can grow and, just as importantly, retain their talent pools.
19 Oct 2018
Next! Speed mentoring for the next generation
‘You should find the problem, present the options and create the solution. It’s better to aim high and occasionally fail, than to succeed all the time.’
17 Oct 2018
MIPIM UK day one
The spectre of Brexit hung over large parts of the conference programme on the first day of this year’s MIPIM UK at Olympia.
13 Oct 2018
Modular mindsets - adapt or die, architects warned
The architecture profession needs to lead a switch to adopting a ‘modular mindset’ or risk being led, and pushed to the periphery of construction.
10 Oct 2018
Press Release – New thinking needed if modular construction is to increase London’s housing delivery
Research by New London Architecture (NLA) calls for a ‘Modular Mindset’ to revolutionise the way housing is planned, procured, designed and built to accelerate the delivery of high-quality, affordable and sustainable homes for London’s citizens, now and in the future.
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