Crossrail is transforming London’s town centres from Havering to Hillingdon supporting an estimated total of 57,000 homes and 3.25 million square metres of commercial space. With the first service running in 2018, we look at the impact of Crossrail on outer London areas and how has it is set to serve these communities.
Crossrail: Unlocking opportunities in Outer London
Friday 23 September 2016
08:30-09:30 (Registration from 08:00)
NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT
NLA will bring together a multidisciplinary panel of experts to discuss the impact of Crossrail on outer suburban areas of London. How are stations being integrated into the urban fabric of these places? And what lessons have been learned that can be applied to future large-scale infrastructure projects, such as Crossrail 2?
This event coincides with the major exhibition in the NLA galleries: Platform for design, which looks at the integrated design of stations, art and public space that will become part of the Elizabeth line.
Pat Hayes, Executive Director of Regeneration and Housing, LB Ealing
Ken Baikie, Director of Thamesmead Regenderation, PeabodySam Richards, Head of Urban Integration, Crossrail
Julian Lipscombe, Director, Bennetts Associates
Catherine Staniland, Director, New London Architecture (Chair)