How do we retain London's character in a period of rapid growth?

Tuesday 23 May 2017


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

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Join us as we explore how London’s historic fabric is adapting to change - from individual buildings to major areas of regeneration. How is London’s character evolving? And how do we make the best use of London’s heritage assets for London’s growing population?

Examining the re-use and re-appropriation of the capital’s iconic historic assets, this conference will investigate how London’s heritage is feeding into its future. What opportunities do these structures offer to London’s ongoing development? Where is development appropriate, and how is it to be enabled? Are current policies supporting the right kind of development?


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Emily Gee, London Planning Director, Historic England
Haydn Cooper,
 Property Director, Cadogan
Max Farrell,
Partner, Farrells 
Jane Dann, Director, Tibbalds Planning & Urban Design 
Susan Denyer, Secretary, ICOMOS UK 
Chris Griffiths, Associate Director - Built Heritage, RPS / CgMs
Tanvir Hasan, Director, Donald Insall Associates 
Paul Jones, Project Architect, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris 
Louise Mansfield, Director, Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners 
Rob Partridge, Director, AKT II 
David Twohig, Chief Development Officer, Battersea Power Station Development Company
Debbie Whitfield, Deputy Chair, New London Architecture (Chair)

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Ticket Cost £149 +VAT 

NLA members and partners are entitled to free and discounted tickets at NLA half-day conferences. If you are a member or partner and are unsure how to make use of your membership in this way or you would like to become a member and discuss membership options, please contact Aurelia Amanitis or call 0207 636 4044.

If you experience any issues whilst making a booking please contact Katharine Rankin or call 020 7636 4044.

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