Tall Buildings in London - Annual Update

Wednesday 9 March 2016

09:00 - 13:00 (registration from 08:30)

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

This half-day conference will launch the NLA London Tall Buildings Survey 2016, produced with research partners GL Hearn, and with support from data partners EG, into the number of tall buildings in the pipeline for London and will hear from policy makers, local authorities, developers and their consultants to discuss key issues around how London is planning for and bringing forward tall towers.

Click here to download the report

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James Cook, Head of London Residential Planning, GL Hearn
Gwyn Richards, Head of Design, City of London Corporation 
Colin Wilson, Strategic Planning Manager, GLA 
Vince Ugarow
, UK Committee, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat
Andrew Harland
, Senior Board Director, LDA Design
Duncan Wilson, CEO, Historic England
Fred Pilbrow
, Senior Partner, Pilbrow & Partners
Karen Cook
, Founding Partner, PLP Architecture
Chloe Clay
, Lead Officer Development and Public Realm, RB Kingston
Lukasz Platkowski
, Principal, Gensler 
Chris Twinn
, Founder, TwinnSustainabilityInnovation 

Emily Wright, Features and Global Editor, Estates Gazette
Barbara Weiss, Co-Founder, Skyline Campaign 
Patricia Brown, Director, Central (Chair)
Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA


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Ticket Cost £149 +VAT 

NLA members are entitled to discounted rates at NLA On Location conferences.

If you experience any issues whilst making a booking please contact Molly Nicholson or call 020 7636 4044 

If you would like to become a member, and would like to discuss membership options please contact Emily Wilson

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119 more tall buildings planned for London


An additional 119 new tall buildings have been planned for London since this time last year, taking the total number in the pipeline to 436. But the bar must be raised on their quality if the slums of the future are to be avoided, and the next mayor must commission a 3D model to improve communication with the public on the subject.