Borough Strategies: targets for delivering growth

Friday 23 November 2018

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

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

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Rathbone Market © CZWG and Project Orange

In an effort to help stem the housing crisis, Mayor Sadiq Khan’s new London Plan has increased housing targets almost unilaterally across London’s local authorities.

So how are London’s local authorities with the largest increases planning on delivering on their housing targets? What methods are they implementing to ramp up delivery across their borough? How are communities reacting to these targets? How are the practicalities of growth impacting on council departments?

Accompanied by the launch of NLA’s inaugural Annual Borough Report.

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Robin Cooper, Head of Regeneration, LB Newham
Sripriya Sudhakar, Team Leader – Place Shaping Team, LB Tower Hamlets 
Lisa Fairmaner,
Head of Planning, RB Kingston Upon Thames    
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)

Further speakers to be announced…

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London’s local authorities play a key role in the ongoing development of our neighbourhoods, and are under greater strain than ever before – contending with huge growth targets, greater demand and fewer resources. Working with the capital’s 33 local authorities, this programme gives a platform for understanding how the central, inner and outer regions of London are accommodating growth, and provides a forum for promoting the future plans of areas undergoing change.