The launch of the fourth annual NLA London Tall Buildings Survey 2017, with research partner GL Hearn and data partner EG.
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Find out the latest trends in the capital’s pipeline: where are new tall buildings coming forward, and what impact are they having in delivering future homes and infrastructure for the capital? As the first post-Brexit survey since NLA started tracking tall buildings in London in 2014, what does this year's data tell us about the strength of the London’s development and investment market?
Giving a picture of how some of London’s areas are changing, this breakfast talk will debate the challenges and contributions that tall buildings present for a fast growing city, and examine how latest innovations in 3D digital modelling could aid the city in managing their impact on local communities as well as across the wider capital.
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Robert Gordon Clark, Executive Chairman, London Communications Agency (Chair)
Nigel Evans, Head of London Residential Research, EG
Stewart Murray, Head of Development, GL Hearn
Sandra Roebuck, Assistant Director, Investment and Growth, LB Lambeth
David West, Founding Director, Studio Egret West
Gwyn Richards, Head of Design, City of London Corporation
Rab Bennetts, Founding Director, Bennetts Associates
Colin Wilson, Strategic Planning Manager, GLA
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)
Emily Gee, London Planning Director, Historic England
Andy Reid, Design and Planning Director, Mount Anvil
Barbara Weiss, Co-founder, Skyline campaign