Delivering new housing models for London

Sponsored by Barratt London and Ryder Architecture
Angel waterside by PTEa
London Councils has calculated that the capital will need more than 100,000 new homes every year from now until 2021 to meet existing shortfall and future demand. In this context, what new ideas does London need to adopt to meet its housing shortfall?

This NLA conference will look at the range of housing delivery happening in the capital, hearing from the GLA, investors, developers, local authorities, architects and agents about how London can meet its housing shortfall.

David Lunts, Executive Director of Housing and Land, GLA

Peter Buchan, Partner, Ryder Architecture

Simon Chatfield, Operations Director, be:here

Ben Derbyshire, Managing Partner, HTA Design LLP

Rachel Fisher, Head of Policy, National Housing Federation

Sir Peter Hall, Bartlett Professor of Planning and Regneration, UCL

Simon Henley, Principal, Henley Halebrown Rorrison Architects

Jo McCafferty, Director, Levitt Bernstein

Ian Merrick, Operations Manager, Essential Living

Marc Vlessing, CEO, Pocket

Jed Young, Regeneration Team Leader, LB Camden

Gus Zogolovitch, Executive Committee Member, National Self-Builders Association

Chris Lamb, Director, Design South East (Chair)

Speakers names confirmed at time of publication, but may be subject to change.