Annual London Tall Buildings Survey 2018 – Report launch

Wednesday 18 April 2018


TH Real Estate, 201 Bishopsgate, London EC2M 3BN

New London Architecture presents the fifth Annual Tall Buildings Survey 2018, with research partners GL Hearn, and data provided by EG. In this talk we will discuss the latest tall buildings’ figures published in the NLA Annual London Tall Buildings Survey 2018.

How London’s tall buildings pipeline is changing in post-Brexit London? What new trends are emerging in terms of design, typologies, use and location? To what extent tall buildings play a role in densify London and provide more homes and workspaces for a growing city?

For the first time VU.CITY will present their 3D digital model of London, one of the largest and most accurate in the world, featuring the new proposed tall buildings in the capital.

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Paul Wellman, Senior Analyst, EG
Stuart Bailie, Head of Planning, GL Hearn
Shaun Tate, Director, High Rise Solutions, Mace
Rachel Haugh, Partner, SimpsonHaugh
Heather Cheesbrough, Director of Planning and Strategic Transport, LB Croydon
Jason Hawthorne, Director, VuCity and Gordon Ingram, Senior Partner, GIA
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)

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NLA London Tall Buildings Survey 2017


Each year the NLA London Tall Buildings Survey has generated a healthy debate about the benefits, as well as the negative impacts, of tall buildings. It has given a voice to those that propose them as well as those that are more critical. At NLA we remain of the view that in a growing city, well designed tall buildings in the right place are appropriate, a view reiterated by the Mayor of London at his Question Time on March 23.