July 2016 Toggle

New London Walking Tour - Bankside

Walking Tours, Saturday 9 July 2016

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

Starting at Southwark Underground station, explore Bankside’s regeneration from Millennium Bridge to Tate Modern, through to the Shard and the More London development to the east.

NLA Nights: Inspiring Women

NLA Members Event, Monday 11 July 2016

18:30-20:30 (registration from 18:00)

Rachel Haugh, Senior Partner at SimpsonHaugh and Partners, joined us as our guest speaker to share her wealth of experience as the founder of a leading architecture practice based in both London and Manchester, at an evening reception in the NLA galleries at The Building Centre.

NLA On Location: Southwark

On Location, Thursday 14 July 2016

09:00 - 17:00

This NLA On Location event will look at the areas of major development opportunity in the borough of Southwark, looking at the Council’s forward strategy for Elephant and Castle, Old Kent Road, Peckham and Canada Water.

What's happening in your borough?

Free Event, Monday 18 July 2016

18:30-20:30

Launching the NLA Boroughs stream and the updated Borough Strategies exhibition, this evening event will invite London boroughs to give a quick-fire presentations of their growth strategies. Come along to find out which areas are set to see the most change, how London’s projected growth is being accommodated, and how the boroughs are catering to their communites.

POSTPONED - NLA Annual Planning Conference

Briefing

Formerly, Wednesday 20 July

PLEASE NOTE This event is postponed. NLA’s Annual Planning Conference will focus on how cities around the world are planning for growth, including discussions on development, affordability, densification, mixed use regeneration, public engagement, and active lifestyles - as a way of sharing best practice with London.

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

Walking Tours, Wednesday 27 July 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.

The Olympics: A catalyst for urban renewal?

Breakfast Talk , Friday 29 July 2016

08:30 – 09:30 (Registration from 08:00)

With the London Olympics now 4 years behind us, the Rio Olympics fast approaching, and plans well underway for the Tokyo Olympics, we examine the legacy of these projects and discuss the potential of the Olympics for unlocking major regeneration within global cities.