December 2017 Toggle

Outer London Station Sites

Breakfast Talk as part of the London's Towns series within the London Boroughs programme, Friday 1 December 2017

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

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.

London’s Towns: Stratford

Lunchtime Talk, Friday 1 December 2017


Since the 2012 Olympic Games, Stratford has emerged as a major centre of the capital, redesignated as a Zone 2 location, with a major new business district at the International Quarter, and providing supporting infrastructure for the burgeoning neighbourhoods that surround the Olympic Park.

NextGen Christmas Party

NextGen, Tuesday 5 December 2017


Join NLA, Gardiner & Theobald, BuroFour, Urban Design London and the Young Architects and Developers Alliance for an evening of drinks and networking as part of the NLA NextGen programme, celebrating two years of the programme and an ever expanding network of young professionals.

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Bloomsbury & Fitzrovia

Walking Tours, Saturday 9 December 2017


Join us as we discover the historic estate neighbourhoods of Fitzrovia and Bloomsbury. Traversing either side of the Tottenham Court Road artery in the heart of central London, we explore the area’s diverse mix of hospitality, workspace, education, retail and residential uses.

Public Realm in London - ideas for the future

Pecha Kucha, Tuesday 12 December 2017


As London’s population grows, the city’s public realm is under increasing pressure to work harder to serve a greater mix of users and support urban resilience. From large scale city-wide schemes to small local interventions, London’s public spaces are undergoing great change.

New infrastructure: What it means for London

Half-day Conference, Wednesday 13 December 2017


How will major infrastructure projects support the huge amount of development and growth that London needs to be able to support a predicted 11.3 million people by 2050? Are we being innovative when it comes to funding models and are we doing enough to bolster the implications of Brexit on infrastructure? What should we prioritise to ensure London continues to compete globally?

Walkable London: Upgrading the urban prosperity engine

Lunchtime Talk, Friday 15 December 2017


Free lunchtime talk, with Patrick Schumacher as part of ‘Walkable London: Upgrading the urban prosperity engine’.

Old Kent Road - Breakfast Talk

Breakfast Talk , Friday 15 December 2017

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

Once maligned as the least desirable monopoly property, Old Kent Road is set for huge change – designated as an Opportunity Area capable of accommodating 20,000 new homes and 5,000 additional jobs, alongside a proposed extension to the Central Activities Zone, further enhancing its important role within London’s economy.