Outer London Station Sites

Friday 1 December 2017

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

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London, WC1E 7BT

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How can we unlock the potential of station sites in supporting growth? Hear the key ideas from our Next Gen Charrette teams, introduced by TfL’s Commercial Development Director Graeme Craig.

This breakfast talk explores the findings from our major design charrette, organised as part of the London’s Towns research, which brought together young professionals to explore future visions for the development of five TfL station sites in outer London – Barking Town Centre, Burnt Oak, Morden, South Harrow and Turnpike Lane. Each multi-disciplinary team produced an innovative, blue-sky thinking, site specific proposal to demonstrate the potential for town centre station sites across the city.

What interventions could we make to fully utilise these important sites? How can design fulfill both their complex requirements and also their future role in supporting the capital’s growth for housing, workspace, retail, leisure and culture?

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Gesine Junker, Principal Urban Design, Crossrail 2 
Graeme Craig,
Commercial Development Director, Transport for London 
Peter Dijkhuis, Director Master Planning, CBRE
Pippa Gueterbock, Principal Regeneration Officer, LB Haringey 
Malcolm Smith, Global Masterplanning and Urban Design Leader, Arup 
Team 1
Adam Brown, Founding Partner, Landolt Brown
Freddie Jackson, Architect, Studio Egret West

Team 2
Elena Buffa, Architect, Pilbrow + Partners 
Maisie Rowe, Landscape Architect, Ash Sakula Architects

Team 3
Marcin Dawydzik, Structural Engineer, Ramboll
Joanna Mitchell, Senior Architect, Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt
Derek Wilson, Property Development Manager, Transport for London
Benjamin Walker, Director, LDA Design

Team 4
Andrew Kitching, Architect, Maccreanor Lavington
Lorna East,
Engineer, WSP

Team 5
Elton Yan, Engineer - Advanced Structures, AECOM 
Lucy White,
Senior Landscape Architect, BDP

Further speakers to be announced…

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This event is free to attend but registration is essential - Click here to register 

If you would like to become a member, and would like to discuss membership options please contact Aurelia Amanitis

If you experience any issues whilst making a booking please contact Katharine Rankin or call 020 7636 4044 

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