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, NLA 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. 
Discussing shared issues and best practices, the programme aids London’s boroughs in delivering growth strategies, regenerating council estates and town centres, improving social infrastructure provision, and forming successful public/private partnerships.
A major NLA Insight Study, launching in Autumn 2017, will examine the future for London’s zones 3-6, the development of town centres and radial movement in a more polycentric city.
There are opportunities to become either a Champion or Supporter of this programme. To find out more about how you could get involved in the events and output across our platforms please get in touch with the Membership Team via Janette Murphy
Prices start from £3,950 + VAT for 12 month support

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