20 Sep 2018
City to face post-Brexit future with public realm and transport improvements
The City of London is confident it can remain a world-class attraction for a new, wider mix of businesses whatever Brexit throws at it, bolstered by a major commitment to improving public realm and transport infrastructure across the Square Mile.
18 Sep 2018
Being boundless – art in the city
A clutch of some of the world’s leading artists gathered at NLA to demonstrate how their work and collaboration with other members of the built environment professions can help to engage the public and help animate and revitalise the city.
18 Sep 2018
NLA Study Tour - London Bridge Station
As the Overall Winner, Sustainability Prize winner and Transport category winner in the New London Awards 2018, London Bridge Station has been under the spotlight this year. On 12 September a group of NLA Members were given an exclusive tour to find out exactly why…
12 Sep 2018
Getting stuff done – Sadie Morgan Spiritland Talk
It is a ‘disgrace’ that architects and designers are involved in perhaps only 5% of the £200 billion worth of the UK’s current round of infrastructure projects. It’s a disgrace for the profession, for society, and a disgrace too that politicians and procurers do not take design seriously enough.
10 Sep 2018
Government acts on ‘Constitutional London’
Government is working hard to improve the setting, security and accessibility of ‘Constitutional London’ – the iconic parts of Westminster known to visitors across the world.
4 Sep 2018
NLA Study Tour: Brompton Bicycle
Following the annual Active Travel Summit, our new series of NLA Study Tours explored the home of London’s iconic Brompton Bicycle in Greenford.
17 Aug 2018
Centralisation vs decentralisation - NextGen at London Real Estate Forum
The hypothesis: As London becomes increasingly expensive to live in, work in and travel around, it is at risk of being hollowed out and losing the vibrancy that makes it such a desirable place to live and work for young people.
13 Aug 2018
Architectural Design Academy
New London Architecture and The City Centre’s Learning programme is now wrapped up for the 2017-18 academic year. Welcoming a total of 2,431 students on our Schools and Young People programme we have now been fully operational across both sites for 12 months, engaging a huge variety of young Londoners with built environment careers.
3 Aug 2018
Active travel provides a key to UK health
London risks bequeathing its ‘bad habits’ of a lack of exercise on the next generation – and the resultant steep cost on the nation’s coffers - if it fails to urgently sort out improvements to its cycling and walking infrastructure.
2 Aug 2018
London Bridge – successful open heart surgery
Creating the new London Bridge Station was like performing open heart surgery on a patient - while they were jogging.
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