May 2016 Toggle

NextGen Powered by PechaKucha

Pecha Kucha, Wednesday 11 May 2016


How is London’s next generation shaping the future of the capital? A series of quick-fire presentations from those leading the way in their field will offer creative insight and inspiration to NLA’s NextGen audience.

New London Walking Tour - Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Walking Tours, Saturday 14 May 2016

14:00-16:00 (Registration at 13:45)

Four years after that momentous summer, our Olympic Park walk will focus on the sustainable legacy of the park's buildings and transport links.

EU Referendum: Briefing with the Built Environment Industry

Free Breakfast Talk, Tuesday 24 May 2016

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

What are the potential impacts of the EU Referendum for London’s built environment industry?

New London Walking Tour - Victoria

Walking Tours, Wednesday 25 May 2016

10:30-12:-30 (Registration at 10:15)

A new walk for 2016, we will explore new developments and rebuilds taking place in this unique part of London, book-ended by Buckingham Palace to the west and Westminster Abbey to the east.

Universities: Closed estates or integrated campuses?

Half-day Conference, Wednesday 25 May 2016

9:00 - 13:00 (registration from 8:30)

Universities UK’s most recent figures show that London universities contribute at least £5.8bn a year to the UK economy. Given the importance of this sector, what is the future for higher education estates across London and how are they maximising their space in terms of use, energy efficiency and providing value for money in this highly competitive sector? Are London universities moving towards integration with their surrounding communities?

Placemaking: Everyone is doing it but what does it mean?

Breakfast Talk , Friday 27 May 2016

08:30 - 09:30 (Registration from 08:00)

What does ‘placemaking’ actually mean for London today? With almost every new mixed use scheme and regeneration opportunity in London quoting ‘placemaking’ in how they talk about their project, does this term mean actually anything any more?