This NLA half day conference will hear from developers, boroughs, agents, architects and industry specialists to examine current activity in the market and discuss what London needs to do to provide better housing for its growing elderly population.
London’s older population is increasing at twice the rate of the capital as a whole. With the number of people aged over 65 in London projected to increase by around a third to reach 1.17 million by 2031, can the capital take a more aspirational approach to the delivery of homes for an ageing population?
Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor for Housing, Land and Property, GLA
Cath Attlee, Assistant Director Joint Commissioning Adults, Westminster City Council
David Birkbeck, CEO, Design for Homes
David Driscoll, Property & Business Development Director, Audley Retirement
Caroline Byram , Bid Director, Bupa Care Services
Patrick Devlin, Director: Third Age Housing, Pollard Thomas Edwards architects
Anne Marie Nicholson, Partner, PRP Architects
Tom Teatum, Co-founder, Teatum and Teatum
Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (Chair)