15 Feb 2017
London told: get creative; build more multi-level and mixed-use schools
London should get creative and look to develop more schools in high rises and alongside other complementary uses.
30 Jan 2017
Review the Green Belt, Sadiq Khan told
Mayor Sadiq Khan should carry out a review of the Green Belt according to a poll of built environment professionals, community groups and the public attending The Big Debate at Friends House in Euston on Monday night.
28 Jan 2017
The future is orbital says NLA Debate at the London Transport Museum
In the London Transport Museum’s Transportorium, located between a big red bus and a Hackney cab, NLA debated the future of the capital’s transport network at the “late debate” last week.
27 Jan 2017
London’s best home extensions and improvements revealed
The Sunken Bath Project by Studio 304 Architecture was crowned overall winner at New London Architecture’s (NLA) ‘Don’t Move, Improve!’ 2017 awards ceremony last night.
23 Jan 2017
The battle for cleaner air in London
London mayor Sadiq Khan is ‘absolutely committed to tackling air pollution’ in the capital - but the city could take a leaf out of Paris’ book with its radical plans implemented quickly across the region.
17 Jan 2017
MPs hear visions for London’ future
The APPG on London’s Planning and the Built Environment met at the Houses of Parliament this week to hear visions for the capital’s future - and debate how we could get there.
22 Dec 2016
A message from Peter Murray
The one thing we can be certain of in 2017 is that uncertainty will continue as Article 50 is triggered and negotiations with Brussels begin in earnest.
13 Dec 2016
Capital ideas for working London
Technology, wellbeing and placemaking were all to the fore last night as Next Gen practitioners unveiled their capital ideas for the future of work at a PechaKucha session held in Shoreditch’s Trampery.
12 Dec 2016
Lambeth and Lendlease looking for more workspace
Local authorities across London should mirror Lambeth’s approach to encouraging developers to build more workspace, while forming educational ‘clusters’ and knowledge quarters is already proving a viable draw for those building new offices.
8 Dec 2016
Make space for work, London and New York told
London and New York are facing up to similar issues over population growth and a lack of affordable housing but must each make greater efforts to retain and grow workspace in the city without destroying their respective characters.
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