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NLA on Location: West London - The Heathrow Effect

On Location, Thursday 1 June 2017


With major infrastructure projects including Crossrail and the expansion of Heathrow set to transform swathes of west London, areas such as Southall, Brentford and Ealing Broadway are responding to the enhanced inter-connectivity with large-scale intensification across a number of sites.

London calling - linking with Europe

Half-day Conference, Tuesday 6 June 2017


This special NLA European Cities session will bring together key international city experts, professionals and politicians to share best practice and ideas across key European markets.

London: Design Capital at Vision

Vision London Event, Tuesday 6 June 2017

17:00 – 18:15

London’s skills in architectural design, engineering, construction, placemaking and consultancy are exported around the world. From innovations in building technology to new approaches to city-making, London-based practices are working on a global scale.

New London Neighbourhood Tour - The City

Walking Tours, Saturday 10 June 2017

14:00 - 16:00

Traditionally the historic and financial heart of the capital, The City of London continues to experience ongoing regeneration. Home to some of London’s largest and most high-profile tall buildings, this ever-changing neighborhood offers bustling excitement alongside creative public realm projects and cultural buildings.

NLA Family Walking Tour

Walking Tours, Saturday 10 June 2017

14:00 - 16:00

As part of LFA’s Fitzrovia hub weekend, come and discover Bloomsbury with your kids!

NLA Annual Lecture 2017 by Sir David Adjaye OBE

Annual Lecture, Monday 12 June 2017


Sir David Adjaye OBE will give the NLA Annual Lecture 2017, a headline event of the London Festival of Architecture.

NLA Family Walking Tour

Walking Tours, Wednesday 21 June 2017

10:30 - 12:00

Come and discover Bloomsbury with your kids!

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Bankside

Walking Tours, Wednesday 28 June 2017

10:30 - 12:30

This area of London, along the south bank of the Thames, offers some of the most exciting and diverse spaces in the capital. With a generous supply of cultural buildings, transport links and river-side public realm, Bankside continues to see increased development of residential and workspace projects together with museum, gallery and theatre improvements.