31 Jan 2014

2014 Briefing: The year ahead

2014 looks set to be a hugely busy year for the GLA as it battles a housing crisis, pushes through its plans for more Opportunity Areas and looks forward to 2050 and beyond in its search for the capital’s infrastructure needs.

30 Jan 2014

Roland Paoletti Memorial

The great and good of architecture were out in force at the NLA last night to honour the life and legacy of Roland Paoletti – the driving force behind the Jubilee Line Extension.

29 Jan 2014

Don't Move Improve! - Winners Showcase

The winners of the ‘Don’t Move; Improve!’ competition were at the NLA this morning to talk through their designs.

24 Jan 2014

Tall Storeys

London is facing a wave of over 200 applications for tall buildings but the planning system is ill-prepared to deal with them and public are largely unaware of what this ‘radical change’ to the capital might mean.

23 Jan 2014

Press Release - London’s Growing... Up! The rise and rise of London’s tall buildings

London’s skyline is currently going through a massive change. Over 200 towers are planned in the capital in an attempt to meet the needs of the capital’s growing population. So how will London’s skyline change in the next 20 years?

17 Jan 2014

Make sure you respond to the GLA’s Draft London Housing Strategy

The GLA is working hard to address London’s alarming shortfall in housing provision with a series of initiatives including getting more out of brownfield land and speeding up delivery of major projects.

16 Jan 2014

How far can ‘smart technologies’ help manage the impact of London’s growth?

NLA think tank co-hosted by AECOM
From minimising traffic congestion on London’s roads to improving the way we run our homes, smart technologies can play a big part in helping to manage the capital’s predicted growth.

8 Jan 2014

Bookings open for day of free advice and inspiration on extending or refurbishing your home on Saturday 25 January

A day of FREE advice and inspiration for Londoners looking to extend or refurbish their homes – Saturday 25 January, 11:00-16:00 - click here for further details and bookings