What next for Westminster?

Wednesday 12 December 2018

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

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

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Westminster City Council is currently working on a complete review of its City Plan and has developed new proposals for the Oxford Street District.

Join this NLA breakfast talk to hear from senior Westminster City Council representatives to highlight key elements of their new City Plan and Place Strategy for the Oxford Street District for your chance to feed back as part of the public consultation process.

To find out more about Westminster’s proposal for Oxford Street click here.
To find out more about Westminster's new City Plan click here.

Part of the NLA London Boroughs programme

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Julia Corkey, Director of Policy Performance & Communications, Westminster City Council
Kimberley Hopkins, Planning Policy Team Leader, Westminster City Council
Deirdra Armsby, Director of Place Shaping and West End Partnership, Westminster City Council
Susanne Afra, Head of Oxford Street District Programme, Westminster City Council
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture 

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

For ten years we have tracked the data of no-shows at our events. So that we don’t deny places to those who really want to attend we do overbook events based on our experience. Our calculations are usually pretty accurate but sometimes we do have to turn away latecomers. 

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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