The London Society, in association with the All Party Parliamentary Group on London’s Planning and Built Environment and New London Architecture, is pleased to announce The Big Debate: Shaping the next London Plan
How do we build a great city for Londoners in a period of major growth?
Have your say on the future shape of the capital at this major free debate on the next London Plan, organised in partnership with leading London associations.
Deputy Mayor for Planning Jules Pipe, and for Housing, James Murray, together with other representatives from City Hall will set out their current thinking, followed by discussion by panels of built environment experts.
Hear about new ideas and thinking on issues ranging from where London's growth is located; to the delivery of higher-density neighbourhoods; to delivering better streets and spaces.
Audience members will be able to engage through Q&A sessions and regular polls throughout the evening to share their thoughts on the topics being debated.
With up to 1,000 built environment professionals, academics and community representatives in the room, this will present an unrivalled ability to gather an expert response to the Mayor's desire for good growth.
The Big Debate will take place on Monday 30 January 2017 at the Friends House, 173 Euston Road, NW1 2BJ. For more details and to reserve your ticket, click here.This is the first of several debates that the London Society will be organising during 2017. We'll be touching on key topics of interest to all who live and work in London, and we can promise a lively exchange of different points of view. To find out more, sign up for our newsletter.