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Five Minutes With…Anthea Harries

Retail & Hospitality

10 May 2021

Five Minutes With…Anthea Harries

David Taylor quizzes Argent’s Head of Assets Anthea Harries about what the NLA’s decision to set up its residency at King’s Cross means for the estate, what the secrets of regeneration success are… an...

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The City denies it will be converting offices to Resi

City of London

08 May 2021

The City denies it will be converting offices to Resi

The City of London has denied that it will be turning office towers into homes. In this interview, Policy Chair Catherine McGuinness tells Peter Murray that recent press headlines on stories about the...

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London Must Keep Unpicking the ‘Car is King’ Culture

Transport & Infrastructure

07 May 2021

London Must Keep Unpicking the ‘Car is King’ Culture

Streets for people webinar hears pleas to stay ‘brave’ and persevere with LTNs and other pedestrian-friendly strategies.

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Plaster pleasure: Council House Renovation

Don't move, Improve

06 May 2021

Plaster pleasure: Council House Renovation

Council House Renovation by VATRAA is the Joint Winner of this year's Compact Design of the Year Prize.

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An interlocking puzzle: Two and Half Storey House

Don't move, Improve

06 May 2021

An interlocking puzzle: Two and Half Storey House

Two and Half Storey House by Bradley Van Der Straeten is the Joint Winner of this year's Compact Design of the Year Prize.

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Timber Triumph: Grain House

Don't move, Improve

06 May 2021

Timber Triumph: Grain House

Grain House by Hayhurst and Co. has won this year's Don't Move, Improve! Materiality & Craftmanship Prize. The prize recognises designs that take particular attention to detail and care when consideri...

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Five minutes with... Hazel Rounding

04 May 2021

Five minutes with... Hazel Rounding

David Taylor catches up with shedkm director Hazel Rounding to talk about the importance of geographies in a lockdown world, Liverpool, London and ‘one practice’, hybrid working and lessons from its l...

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NLA picks Coal Drops Yard for first pop-up

04 May 2021

NLA picks Coal Drops Yard for first pop-up

NLA is touching down in King’s Cross to create its first meanwhile space as it goes mobile to enliven high streets and places - starting next month.

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Arup's report on lighting and economy

Urban Innovation

04 May 2021

Arup's report on lighting and economy

Richard Morris, Lighting Designer at Arup, reports on the role of lighting in supporting town centres regeneration and economic recovery

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Letter to the Mayor of London

04 May 2021

Letter to the Mayor of London

Ahead of the Mayoral elections on Thursday, NLA worked with key built environment professional bodies to write a letter setting out key issues for the future Mayor of London to address. The letter was...

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HomeViews: residents say tall buildings are better

Tall Buildings

03 May 2021

HomeViews: residents say tall buildings are better

For the first time, HomeViews has revealed the resident perspective on what it is really like to live in London’s tall buildings, as part of the NLA Tall Building Survey 2021. CEO and Co-founder Rory...

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Effective lighting strategies can help post-Covid recovery

City of London

29 April 2021

Effective lighting strategies can help post-Covid recovery

NLA webinar hears how new lighting planning advice might aid energy reduction, illuminate buildings and spaces – and encourage night-time economies.

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