26 May 2016

Universities set stall out to integrate more into the city fabric

Higher education estates across London are ‘sweating their assets’ and integrating more with their surrounding communities in a bid to attract the best staff and students in an increasingly competitive global market.

24 May 2016

EU debate: ‘If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu’

Leaving the EU would have a major effect on the UK’s ability to draw upon the best talent, with a resultant blow dealt to the economy and the built environment sectors.

12 May 2016

NextGen - visions for improving London

Some of the cream of the built environment’s young talent gathered last night to present their visions for improving London as part of the NLA’s new NextGen programme.

11 May 2016

London Festival of Architecture 2016 programme launch

The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) 2016 programme launched today, announcing a diverse line-up of almost 300 events and exhibitions taking place in June.

3 May 2016

Considerate Cyclists’ Concours d’Elegance

Why not take part in the Considerate Cyclists’ Concours d’Elegance at the Mr Porter Nocturne on Saturday 4 June 2016 6.30 - 7.00 pm organised by the Architects’ Company as part of the London Festival of Architecture? Awards will go to the most stylish riders on the coolest bikes, cycling slowly round the Nocturne race circuit, passing Guildhall, Cheapside and St Paul’s.

3 May 2016

Density doesn’t always mean towers

What can London learn from New York’s experiences of higher density living as it too seeks to up its housing output? And how can the UK capital ensure that it is creating robust communities that are sustainable and attractive?

28 Apr 2016

NLA Nights: at the BT Tower

This month, NLA offered their members and partners the chance to get their hands on a 'golden ticket' to the viewing platform at the top of the BT Tower.

27 Apr 2016

New London Sounding Board

London needs an Assembly made up of council leaders if it is to truly reflect the city and chart its course effectively. And the new Mayor should also focus on creating a simpler London-led system to fund affordable housing together with other public facilities.