Museum of London at Smithfield Market
Tuesday 16 August 2016
Stanton Williams and Asif Khan, the team behind the competition-winning scheme to create a new home for the Museum of London, give a breakfast talk at New London Architecture.
Val Shawcross on the future of cycling in London
Friday 12 August 2016
At the 2016 NLA Cycling Summit, we heard from Val Shawcross, the Deputy Mayor for Transport, and LCC’s 2015 cycling champion of the year.
Event Recording: EU Referendum: Briefing with the Built Environment Industry
Tuesday 24 May 2016
What are the potential impacts of the EU Referendum for London’s built environment industry? With the EU Referendum fast approaching, a series of leading industry professionals examined the impact of the EU on the built environment industry and the potential implications of the vote on development, construction, planning and architecture in London.
Delivering successful estate renewal in London
Tuesday 19 April 2016
Central government has recently announced plans for regenerating housing estates across the UK, and has set up a new Estate Regeneration Advisory Panel, chaired by Lord Heseltine, to tackle failing housing estates.
Royal Docks and Greenwich Peninsula: Progress Report
Thursday 25 February 2016
Looking at the Royal Docks and Greenwich Peninsula, this full day, on location conference examined the areas' planning, development and delivery opportunities and challenges and discuss what these key strategic areas for London need to do to maximize their development potential.
Streets Ahead: The future of London's roads - Breakfast Talk
Monday 1 February 2016
London’s streets and roads enable 28 million journeys every day and are therefore vitally important places in their own right. Ensuring successful management of the road network, and urban mobility, is about enabling London to function.
Re-Inventing the London Plan
Wednesday 20 January 2016
This full-day NLA Charrette was convened to help inform thinking around the next iteration of the London Plan in the run up to a new Mayor. It provided an exciting and unique opportunity for the voice of the built environment profession to feed into this work.
What Shape Is your city? Panel Discussion
Monday 3 November 2014
Following Carl Weisbrod's presentation he was then joined by panelists Charlie Leadbeater, Associate, Centre for London; Stewart Murray, Assistant Director - Planning, GLA; Wulf Daseking, former Director of City Planning for Freiburg ; and Cécile Brisac, Founder, Brisac Gonzalez Limited who discuss how the cities they represent are dealing with major global issues including huge population growth, social inequality and cohesion, foreign investment and the housing challenge.
Carl Weisbrod presents at the What Shape is your city? Event
Monday 3 November 2014
On the eve of the annual London Conference 2014, Centre for London and New London Architecture (NLA) hosted an evening discussion on the changing physical shape of three leading global cities – London, Paris and New York.
The Farrell Review - Industry Launch
Thursday 3 April 2014
This extended NLA breakfast talk marked the industry launch of the Farrell Review of Architecture and the built environment which Sir Terry Farrell has been asked to lead by Culture Minister Ed Vaizey.