The debate around expanding London’s airport capacity was brought into sharp focus last year through independent proposals by Foster + Partners for the Thames Hub. Since then, the development of other ideas for the expansion and rebuilding of airports by leading architects such as Gensler, Weston Williamson and Farrells has highlighted the important role that responsible and entrepreneurial proposals have to play in furthering the airport debate as well as in achieving solutions.
With the official review into London's airport capacity having launched in November, NLA has invited a series of these architects to set out their proposals and ideas for meeting London’s airport capacity needs.
Huw Thomas, Partner, Foster + Partners
Chris Williamson, Director, Weston Williamson
Neil Bennett, Partner, Farrells
Ian Mulcahey, Managing Director, Gensler
Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (Chair)
Speakers names confirmed at time of publication, but may be subject to change.