According to recent ONS figures, the 65 and over age group is projected to grow twice as fast as the working age population over the next 10 years. By 2035, the number of over 60s in London is expected to increase to nearly 2 million. Yet London is still lagging far behind most of the rest of Europe in the variety and quality of housing provision for those later in life, meaning that many older people are weighing up whether they want to and can stay in the capital later in life.
David McMahon, Associate, Ryder Architecture
Jenny Buterchi, Partner, PRP
Nick Taylor, Head of North West London – Housing and Land, GLA
Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (Chair)