What is the future of public space in London? As more of London’s private land opens for public access, what are the key challenges being tackled to ensure places function for all? How will these new places be managed and maintained and how is good quality public space designed and delivered?
Debate around the challenges of privately owned and managed public spaces. Showcase of best practice and a discussion around the future of public and private land in the city.
Part of NLA’s Placemaking and Public Realm Programme
Professor Matthew Carmona, Professor of Planning and Urban Design, UCL and Chair of Place Alliance
Deirdra Armsby, Director of Placeshaping, Westminster City Council
Daniel Bridge, Principal Development Manager, Strategic Projects and Property, Housing and Land Directorate, GLA
Matthew Carpen, Managing Director, Barking Riverside
Tim Haddon, Head of Campus, Paddington Central, British Land
Alice Lester, Head of Planning, Transport and Licencing, LB Brent Alison Minto, Operations Director, Meanwhile Space
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)
Shifa Mustafa, Executive Director of Place, LB Croydon
John Redfern, Director, Property Management Head Office London, Savills
Harbinder Singh Birdi, Partner, HawkinsBrown
Ben Smith, Director of Energy, Cities and Climate Change Consulting, Arup
Benjamin Walker, Director, LDA Design
Jerold S. Kayden, Frank Backus Williams Professor of Urban Planning and Design, Harvard University
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