November 2014 Toggle

What Shape Is Your City?

Evening Discussion, Monday 3 November 2014

Free Evening Event 18:00 - 19:00 (registration from 17:45)

On the eve of the annual London Conference 2014, Centre for London and New London Architecture (NLA) host an evening discussion on the changing physical shape of three leading global cities – London, Paris and New York.

Nine Elms on the South Bank

On Location, Friday 7 November 2014

NLA on Location 09:00 - 17:00 (registration from 08:30)

Nine Elms on the South Bank is central London’s largest opportunity area and is developing fast, with key schemes already in the ground.

Estate Regeneration: How local authorities are responding

Breakfast Talk , Tuesday 11 November 2014

08:30 - 10:30 (registration from 08:00)

This extended NLA breakfast talk will hear from key London local authorities and those working with them to provide an update on council-led estate regeneration.

Social City: What the construction industry can do to make better lives in London

Breakfast Talk , Tuesday 18 November 2014

08:30 - 10:30 (registration from 08:00)

Building places depends on much more than bricks and mortar. Too many developments, towns and cities fail because the reality of what people and communities want and need has been neglected in their creation.

Shaping growth across the South East

, Friday 21 November 2014

09:30 - 13:00 (registration from 09:00)

According to ONS figures brought out in May 2014, London and the South East’s populations are predicted to grow by 13% and 8% respectively over the period to 2022, in comparison to a projected growth for England of 7%.

How do we build a Smarter London?

, Friday 28 November 2014

09:00 - 13:00 (registration from 08:30)

We live in the Age of Digital Information. Every part of our city – our buildings, services, transport and movement – can be recorded, designed, controlled or monitored using computer technology.