Organised by London Planning Analyst, with Planning in London Magazine, and hosted by Colliers International, 50 George Street, London W1U 7GA.
London has a new mayor. Brexit is looming. Two factors that have an enormous impact on politics and policies in the capital. London Planning Analyst’s inaugral conference will focus on the strategic opportunities new Mayor Sadiq Khan should seize, and our speakers will argue for policy changes to deliver the homes and work spaces we need. A day-long conference for investors, developers, housebuilders, consultants, designers, planners, politicians and anyone interested in London’s future, focusing on the two main land uses in London - homes and workspace. The conference will include:
- The Mayor's emerging policies, what's working, what isn't
- Working London: What kind of space do we need? Are we running out of space? Where is it needed? Is policy helping or hindering. And is mixed-use the answer?
- Living in London: how can London get the homes it needs? Do we need new policies, or do we just build more council houses? Are developers paying too much planning tax?
- Mixed blessings: is the future of London's homes and workspaces in mixed-use, flexible development and does policy need to change to liberate new land uses? Can we design the right buildings and space to make new mixed-use places?
The conference has been programmed by Lee Mallett, urban regeneration consultant, journalist and chartered surveyor.
For full details and to book your place, visit the London Planning Analyst website here.