12 Oct 2016
Bike ride to Birmingham - Raising money for Construction Youth Trust
NLA chairman Peter Murray, Wates Director Andy Wates, Studio Egret West's Christophe Egret, and dRMM Architects Director and design Chair of HS2 Sadie Morgan are cycling 125.7 miles from London to Birmingham on October 17th to raise money for Construction Youth Trust (CYT).
5 Oct 2016
Construction must improve image to plug housing skills gap
The construction industry must ‘take a look at itself and change’ in order to plug a skills gap that is contributing to London missing its housing targets.
29 Sep 2016
Keep ahead of the culture club, London
Culture pays dividends to developers and cities alike. But London must continue to keep ahead of the field or risk losing ground to other cities embracing creative placemaking.
27 Sep 2016
NextGen Speed Mentoring
Inspiration, words of wisdom, and a wealth of experience filled the NLA galleries last night as we hosted our first ever Speed Mentoring event as part of the NextGen Programme.
23 Sep 2016
Stop viewing estate regeneration as asset management, councils told
Local authorities involved in regenerating London’s ageing housing estates must avoid seeing the process as ‘asset management’ and instead adopt sensitive and honest engagement with affected communities.
23 Sep 2016
Crossrail already transforming the outer boroughs
Crossrail was hailed as both the best infrastructure project the UK has ever produced and a catalyst for development which is already transforming outer London at an NLA conference on the subject this morning. But the process by which the stations are procured must improve further to allow architects to be free to flex their creative muscles and produce schemes which are places as well as stations.
14 Sep 2016
NLA gets Quizzical for a good cause
Maggie’s has been on our radar for a long time now. When I first moved to London to start a new job at NLA five years ago, I knew little about architecture and development, let alone the capital.
9 Sep 2016
Tech City 'must not kill the goose that laid the golden eggs'
Old Street and Shoreditch must avoid killing the goose that laid the golden egg as it seeks to balance growth with the retention of the tech companies that have made it what it is today.
23 Aug 2016
The City Centre celebrates inaugural Summer Academy
The City Centre launched a new offer for 14-19 year olds this July with the Summer Academy: Think, Design, Make, pioneered to inspire the next generation of Architects and Engineers.
16 Aug 2016
Back-to-back come back
Speaking at the NLA recently, Peter Barber, overall winner of the New London Awards presented his McGrath Road project in Newham which relies the idea of back-to-back housing, a form of housing that was outlawed in the 1909 Housing Act.
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