23 Jul 2014
Crossrail: Delivering better public spaces
Crossrail will have a transformational regeneration effect on London’s public realm even in places the new rail line does not touch as other areas are forced to ‘up their game’ to keep pace.
16 Jul 2014
Heathrow City - new urban visions
The three architects commissioned to come up with proposals for Heathrow City – the space created if the airport were to move east – were at the NLA this morning to outline their visions.
10 Jul 2014
New London Awards 2014 honour Roger Madelin and key schemes in regeneration, housing and public spaces
19 winners announced across 15 categories representing all sectors of the built environment.
4 Jul 2014
The Human Scale
Popcorn and placemaking were the order of the day at the NLA on Tuesday as a select group of invited urban planners and architects discussed how some of the principles espoused in Jan Gehl’s film, ‘The Human Scale’ could apply to London.
3 Jul 2014
Fit London: Designing a healthier city
London must do more to create healthier environments if a worrying rise in childhood obesity and a string of adult diseases and disorders can be reversed.
8 Jul 0014
FITzrovia and Bloomsbury: Store Street Sports Day
On Saturday 28 June, FitLondon opened to the public with a community sports day. Despite the summer showers, everyone joined in the activity on Store Street South Crescent.