TALL BUILDINGS

View From St Pauls towards The City - PROPOSED with outlines © Visualhouse and photographer Dan Lowe 2016

NLA’s annual London Tall Buildings Survey, produced since 2014 in association with GL Hearn, provides the capital’s most comprehensive overview of new buildings over 20 stories planned or under construction in the capital.

Whilst the challenges of accommodating growth are increasing, the future role of tall buildings in accommodating growth within the Green Belt remains a key issue for London. Where should new tall buildings be located, and how do we ensure they contribute positively to the street-level? Does the planning system have the appropriate tools to ensure tall buildings are in the right place, of good quality and provide much needed affordable housing and mix of uses? 

The pioneering role of NLA’s research on tall buildings delivers up-to-date figures and analysis, promotes debate and unfold insights on one of the capital’s most debated topics. Since 2014, NLA has called for the creation of a London-wide digital 3D model, to enable policy-makers and Londoners alike to make informed decisions about the cumulative impact of new development on the capital.

 
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