26 Apr 2013
The London Office Market: Protecting London’s Diverse Workplace Mix
London’s office market is changing fast and developers need to adapt. The market – increasingly driven by the Technology, Media and Telecommunications sector – is demanding smaller, more diverse, higher density, more flexible office spaces. Meanwhile, new centres are emerging, creating a “polycentric” picture.
17 Apr 2013
NY-LON simultaneous seminar
London is powering ahead of New York in its transport infrastructure provision with projects like Crossrail, high speed rail and underground upgrades set to have a transformative effect on the city. But despite New York having struggled to find the money and political will to get modernisation onto its programme, the UK capital is still trailing behind in its quest to sort out its aviation capacity shortfall.
15 Apr 2013
Thames Tideway Tunnel Update
The Thames Tideway Tunnel promises to tackle the major problem of 39 million tonnes of untreated sewage being discharged into London’s major river every year, whilst bringing with it new above-ground additions to the capital’s public realm.
10 Apr 2013
Farrell Review of the Built Environment
Sir Terry Farrell kicked off his review of architecture and the built environment at the NLA this morning with a promise that it will be as wide in scope as possible and look to the best exemplars from across the world.