New London Quarterly is NLA’s magazine about built environment issues as they affect the capital. Edited by David Taylor, it includes news, views, ideas and interviews of and by the architectural, planning, political and construction professions, alongside features about locations and themes and the policy decisions behind them. It also includes coverage of the NLA events programme, as well as building reviews and interviews.
Need to know
The quarter – our potted summary of all the key news events this term
Energy in action – New London Awards overall winner Agar Grove Phase 1A
We ask: what would your one proposal be to improve the involvement of communities in London?
New Londoner of the Year
Market leader – Derwent London stalwart John Burns reflects on a career in buildings. By David Taylor
Should we create planning champions to rebuild trust, asks the NLA Sounding Board
40 Ideas for London special
We asked for 40 of the best ideas to improve London, sketched on napkins. And you did not disappoint…
The low-down on all of NLA’s recent conferences and events
Lisa Walker of IPSX – the world’s first regulated securities exchange for commercial real estate – answers NLQ’s questions
Our guide to the companies and properties in London, complete with agents’ views on specific areas
RTPI chief executive Victoria Hills ponders two decades of strategic planning in London