27 Feb 2015

Campaigners say ‘neigh’ to Hyde Park Cavalry Barracks demolition

The future of Sir Basil Spence’s Hyde Park Cavalry Barracks is on a knife-edge, with big business eyeing the Knightsbridge site’s potential £650million value and heritage campaigners clamouring for the entire complex to be listed.

26 Feb 2015

GLA launches London Riverside OAPF

London Riverside could provide one of the best answers yet to the English capital’s deepening housing crisis, offering enough land and opportunities to cater for family housing and jobs for its steep population growth.

25 Feb 2015

Pecha Kucha – Public Interest Design

How is the Public Interest Design approach making a difference to communities in London and around the globe?

18 Feb 2015

London Festival of Architecture 2015: Work in Progress

The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) is calling for participants to explore and engage with the changing landscape of London through this year’s central theme, ‘Work in Progress’.

16 Feb 2015

What London needs from an incoming government

The next government should prioritise actions for London on housing, transport capacity, fiscal devolution, the scale of development and overseas buyers, Europe and immigration, and a growing sense of ‘London versus the rest of the UK’.

13 Feb 2015

NLA Launches 10th Anniversary Programme

New London Architecture (NLA) – the independent forum and think tank on architecture, planning and development in the capital - today launches its 10th anniversary programme of exhibitions, research and events.

12 Feb 2015

An Interview with Peter Murray

As part of the mayor's official advisory board for a new scheme to make the city safer for cyclists, architectural expert and NLA chairman Peter Murray has been appointed patron for the borough of Kingston. Alongside Roger Hawkins of Hawkins/Brown and Sunand Prasad, both of whom have been assigned different boroughs, he will provide design advice for the proposed project.

6 Feb 2015

‘Treat the place as the client’, Farrell tells designers

London and the UK’s design community should ‘treat the place as client’ if they want policies and funding to follow.

2 Feb 2015

London's home owners smarten up

Using smarter technologies can empower the homeowner to gain greater information about the single biggest investment item many of them will ever make, with energy and cost-savings just two of the resultant outcomes.