April 2016 Toggle

Delivering successful estate renewal in London

Breakfast Talk , Friday 8 April 2016

8:30 - 9:30

Central government has recently announced plans for regenerating housing estates across the UK, and has set up a new Estate Regeneration Advisory Panel, chaired by Lord Heseltine, to tackle failing housing estates.

New London Walking Tour - The City

Walking Tours, Saturday 9 April 2016

14:00-16:00 (Registration at 13:45)

Starting inside ‘The City Centre’, we will explore the City’s ongoing regeneration and the interaction of the historic past with its cluster of 21st century tall buildings.

London’s commercial retrofit market

Half-day Conference, Wednesday 20 April 2016

9:00 - 12:30

London’s competitiveness as a leading world city depends on the need to accommodate the predicted 6.3 million workers that will be in the capital by 2026. Unlocking more commercial space is vital. What are the opportunities within London’s commercial retrofit market?

New London Walking Tour - St Giles, Regent Street and Soho

Walking Tours, Wednesday 27 April 2016

10:30-12:-30 (Registration at 10:15)

Starting at New London Architecture, this walk investigates the effects of recent developments on the area and the benefits Crossrail will bring.

London Tickets - NY-LON Simultaneous Seminars: #9 Delivering successful high density living

NY-LON, Friday 29 April 2016

13:30–15:30 (registration and Lunch from 13:30)

Both London and New York grapple to deliver high-quality, liveable homes in the quantity required. London is working hard to overcome barriers to successful higher-density living - what can it learn from the New York experience? How do we ensure that we are creating robust communities that are sustainable and attractive to those who live there?

New York Tickets - NY-LON Simultaneous Seminars: #9 Delivering successful high density living

NY-LON, Friday 29 April 2016

08:30–10:30 (registration and breakfast from 08:00)

Both London and New York grapple to deliver high-quality, liveable homes in the quantity required. London is working hard to overcome barriers to successful higher-density living - what can it learn from the New York experience? How do we ensure that we are creating robust communities that are sustainable and attractive to those who live there?