Grosvenor's 20 year vision: Central London's growth

Tuesday 19 June 2018

09:00-12:30

38 Grosvenor Square, London, W1K 2HW

A special invite only half-day conference - ‘Grosvenor's 20 year vision: Central London's growth’.

Hear directly from Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (‘Grosvenor’) on the 20 year vision to transform its London estate and help tackle the pressures facing the capital. With London's rapid growth, it wants its estate in Mayfair and Belgravia to work harder for its communities and all Londoners by adapting - with better streets, greener spaces and more active and enterprising places that appeal to the many. It is calling for new partnerships to deliver that vision.

This special NLA event, delivered in partnership with Grosvenor, explores the call for collaboration between public and private sectors and tests the opportunities for greater partnership. It brings together leading thinkers and policy makers for a broad discussion of central London’s growth, the pressures and benefits of that growth, the lessons learned and the cross-cutting issues raised by Grosvenor’s vision.

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Deirdra Armsby, Director of Place Shaping, Westminster City Council
Roger Madelin, Head of Canada Water Development, British Land 
Craig McWilliam, Chief Executive, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland 
Professor Tony Travers, Director, LSE 
Matthew Anderson, CEO, Jenny Packham  
Anna Bond, Portfolio Director, London Estate, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland
Mark Davy, Founder and Director, Futurecity 
Faisal Durrani, Head of Research, Cluttons
Emily Gee, London Planning Director, Historic England 
Katy Ghahremani, Director, Make Architects 
Tanvir Hasan, Deputy Chairman, Donald Insall Associates
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)
Eric Reynolds, Founding Director, Urban Space Management
Deborah Saunt, Director, DSDHA
Amelia Staveley,
Director of Development & Placemaking, London estate, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland 

 

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