Cultural Strategies: London’s changing places

Thursday 27 September 2018


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

Tickets £169+VAT – Members Free Go!

V&A East Bank © Allies & Morrison

Thamesmead, Peabody © Tom Chaplin

BBC Music East Bank © Allies & Morrison

Long Live Southbank © Sam Ashley

Ballymore, London City Island ©

As London’s growth continues, the role of culture and cultural investment becomes even more significant. What are the key opportunities to be explored around the integration of culture in development and regeneration? What are the major benefits of implementing detailed cultural strategies for London’s changing places?

How can the success and value of this investment be measured, evaluated and applied to new areas of change across the Capital. With a selection of high profile projects recently completed and currently in development, we explore the significance of these schemes and their effect on their place. In addition to major cultural institutions, how can London’s public and private sector utilise schemes like London Borough of Culture to better support the finer grain of culture in areas of regeneration including workspace for the creative industries, community-led arts projects and small cultural venues. 
Part of the NLA’s Culture Programme
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Moira Sinclair, Vice-Chair, Mayor’s Cultural Leadership Board 
Richard Baldwin,
Head of Development, Derwent London 
Roger Black,
on behalf of Ballymore 
Tara Cranswick,
Founder, V22 
Kirsten Dunne,
Senior Strategy Officer, Culture and Creative Industries, GLA
David Harley,
Head of Regeneration, Be First
Lorna Lee,
Director, London Borough of Culture 2019, LB Waltham Forest 
Stuart Maclure,
Project Manager, Long Live Southbank 
Adriana Marques,
Head of Cultural Strategy for Thamesmead, Peabody
Britannia Morton,
Chief Operating Officer, Sadler's Wells
Paula Murray,
Cultural Director, LB Croydon 
Peter Murray, 
Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)
Rupert Murray,
 Film-maker, RHM Films
Alex Russell,
Joint Chief Executive, Director of Engagement & Partnerships, WestWay Trust 
Lois Stonock, Artistic Director, Brent Borough of Culture
David Twohig, Founding Partner, Wordsearch Place
Alex Wraight, Partner, Allies & Morrison 

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Ticket Cost £169 +VAT

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