9 Oct 2017
Look at procurement, Mayor’s Design Advocates urged
Mayor Sadiq Khan’s new design advocates should look at ways of improving the procurement of ‘Grands Projets’ in London and beyond if some of the key lessons of the Garden Bridge saga are to be taken on board.
5 Oct 2017
London's Towns Cycle Tour
London’s Towns: Shaping the polycentric city examines the future of the capital’s outer urban centres, kicking off with a group cycle tour taking in these areas.
30 Sep 2017
100 more beds per annum needed to future-proof London’s healthcare estate
London needs to drastically increase its funding of healthcare projects in order to provide sufficient care for the capital’s growing population.
29 Sep 2017
The time is right for long life, loose fit
The UK construction industry needs a fundamental rethink over how it funds buildings if it is to reap the benefits that could be gained from a long life, loose fit approach.
27 Sep 2017
NLA Nights at White Collar Factory
This September the NLA membership explored White Collar Factory, the recently completed office building at Old Street, in the heart of London’s Tech City.
26 Sep 2017
Haringey unveils ambition for ‘people and place’
Haringey Council is determined to match its strong ambitions for growth and physical change across the borough with economic and social benefits for local people and communities.
20 Sep 2017
Lose the ownership ‘obsession’ and embrace rent, London told
London has undergone a ‘seismic shift’ in its build to rent sector but must still work hard to lose its ‘obsession’ with home ownership if it is to make a dent in numbers toward housing its growing population.
20 Sep 2017
Architecture enthusiasts visit NLA for Open House
Over 300 visitors descended on NLA this weekend to get involved in a special programme of talks, family workshops and exhibitions as part of Open House 2017.
5 Sep 2017
RCA Student Prize Exhibition
2017 marks a decade of New London Architecture commending emerging talent among architecture students at the Royal College of Art, via the Student Prizes for Architecture and Innovation.
4 Sep 2017
From distilleries to Steinways: the threat to London’s back-of-house industries explored in new international film
London is being represented at the inaugural Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, which opened on 2 September, with a specially commissioned film installation exploring the challenges facing London’s spaces of production as the city grows and deals with the increasing demand for new housing and the mechanics of keeping a city working.
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