18 Jul 2017

Space standards – the final frontier

New, flexible approaches to the design, delivery and space standards of housing should be allowed to flourish if London is to keep families and the young from fleeing a lack of affordable accommodation in the city.

12 Jul 2017

Meet the Buyer - Winning Work Abroad

Max Farrell from Farrells reports on the NLA’s recent Meet the Buyers event.

11 Jul 2017

Press release: NLA Chairman appointed as Mayor's Design Advocate

New London Architecture is pleased to announce that Peter Murray, Chairman of New London Architecture (NLA), has been appointed as one of the Mayor's Design Advocates.

6 Jul 2017

The Future of Transport and Infrastructure in London: A PechaKucha with Gardiner & Theobald

A video by Gardiner & Theobald

5 Jul 2017

Press Release: Architect Sadie Morgan named New Londoner of the Year 2017

Sadie Morgan, founding director of dRMM and member of the National Infrastructure Commission, has been named New Londoner of the Year 2017 at the New London Awards today, a celebration of the very best new architecture and development in the capital.

3 Jul 2017

Smart planning - how digital technology can inform city shaping - NLA Think Tank

How can digital technology help to inform city shaping? Is it the future for the London Plan and smart cities? And how do we make progress on a 3D model? A Think Tank organized by NLA at CBRE’s City offices in May sought to find out.

30 Jun 2017

The future of industrial integration - Think Tank

London is close to reaching its 2031 target for releasing industrial land for higher value uses such as housing, with 12 boroughs released the amount of industrial land expected. So the capital must embrace innovation, perhaps with multi-storey schemes that are the norm in Shanghai or Hong Kong, and recognize the role this wide-ranging sector plays in keeping London competitive on the world stage.

29 Jun 2017

Grenfell and housing – which way now? NLA Sounding Board

London must get better at pooling resources to respond to tragic events like the Grenfell Tower disaster and Government should regularly review building regulations and consider safety ratings for homes like the ones used for cars.

27 Jun 2017

London urged to ‘stay open’ for world design business

London must concentrate on its ‘fundamentals’ of tolerance and diversity if it is to retain its position as a global design hub.

21 Jun 2017

Peter Murray - Grenfell Tower fire: Londoners must be safe in our city of towers

After every major tower block fire in recent history, guidance has been issued. Following the fire in 14-storey Lakanal House in Camberwell in July 2009, in which six people died and more than 20 were injured, the expert coroner suggested a string of changes to the regulations covering residential towers that included installing sprinkler systems.