The NLA Programme

NLA’s year-round programme examines all sectors of London’s built environment from housing to commercial development, regeneration to infrastructure, as well as major areas of opportunity across the capital.

A carefully curated mix of research, events and exhibitions provides comprehensive coverage of the issues affecting London’s changing physical environment.

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NLA Nights at the new Royal Wharf development

NLA Members Event, Wednesday 23 August 2017

18.30-20.30 (arrivals from 18.00)

Join NLA, Ballymore and Oxley for an evening of drinks, canapés and networking at the next NLA Nights at Royal Wharf.

Olympic legacy - masterplanning Fish Island

Breakfast Talk , Friday 25 August 2017

08:30 – 09:30 (Registration from 08:00)

Five years on from London 2012 Olympic games, are we now starting to see the promised regeneration of this part of London?

New London Neighbourhood Tour - King's Cross

Walking Tours, Wednesday 30 August 2017

10:30-12:30

The dramatic renewal of this key two-station transport hub kick-started the regeneration of King’s Cross Central, 67acres of old railway and industrial land being transformed into a vibrant new neighbourhood for living, working, learning and play.

New Ideas for Housing - PechaKucha

Free Pecha Kucha, Thursday 7 September 2017

18:30-20:30

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Olympic Park

Walking Tours, Saturday 9 September 2017

14:00-16:00

Following the huge success of the 2012 Olympic Games, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and surrounding areas now continue to grow as one of London’s newest neighbourhoods, adapting the sustainable legacy of the park's buildings and transport links to meet future needs.

Open House

, Saturday 16 September 2017

- Sunday 17 September

Join us for a special series of talks and drop-in family workshops to celebrate Open House 2017.

Delivering More Homes: Policies and projects for London’s rental sector

Half-day Conference, Tuesday 19 September 2017

09:00-13:00

From London’s burgeoning Private Rented Sector to the Mayor’s Affordable Homes Programme, the capital’s rental market has grown exponentially in recent years. But what does this mean for the future of London’s neighbourhoods and communities? Who is this rental accommodation for? What challenges do we face in creating the right types of homes for a diverse range of Londoners?

Haringey: The next chapter

On Location, Thursday 21 September 2017

12:30-18:30

NLA visits Haringey for an in-depth look at upcoming development across the borough, hearing from the Leader of the Council and Director of Regeneration, Planning and Development.

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Holborn

Walking Tours, Wednesday 27 September 2017

10:30-12:30

Discover this rich slice of London as it gears up for the changes that Crossrail will bring in 2018, offering a diverse neighborhood mix of retail, residential and workspace use.

Don’t Move, Improve! Design Surgeries

Open Day , Saturday 30 September 2017

10:30-13:30

Thinking of extending your home and looking for inspiration and tips on how to get started? Join us on Saturday 30 September for a day of free one-to-one architect consultations.

Croydon: Growth zone to culture hub

On Location, Thursday 12 October 2017

14:00 – 20:00 (registration from 13:30)

The first of the Mayor’s Growth Zones, the London Borough of Croydon is currently experiencing £350 million worth of investment across 39 key projects, from schools to transport to business support.

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Covent Garden

Walking Tours, Saturday 14 October 2017

14:00-16:00

A new walk for 2017, join NLA as we explore one of London’s most exciting and densely populated residential, retail and office neighbourhoods, anchored around one of London’s most visited sites, Covent Garden Market.

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Shoreditch

Walking Tours, Wednesday 25 October 2017

10:30-12:30

A new walk for 2017, join NLA as we explore one of London’s most exciting and densely populated residential, retail and office neighbourhoods, anchored around one of London’s most visited sites, Covent Garden Market.