This full-day NLA Charrette was convened to help inform thinking around the next iteration of the London Plan in the run up to a new Mayor. It provided an exciting and unique opportunity for the voice of the built environment profession to feed into this work.
Findings from the sessions have been put together into a publication in the form of a report and policy recommendations for the next London Mayor.
The day was facilitated by Malcolm Smith, Arup Fellow of Masterplanning and Urban Design and followed the format of a ‘World Cafe’ - a fast-paced, continuously moving series of discussions which built on each other, resulting in each attendee contributing to all topics by the end of the day. With 8 groups of 10, each group moved through eight discussion topics throughout the day, chaired by an Arup expert.
These videos provide highlights from interviews looking at key issues to come out of a full-day Charrette NLA convened in November 2015 to help inform thinking around the next iteration of the London Plan in the run up to a new Mayor.