New London Architecture

Dissecting the new London Plan

Half-day conference

Wednesday 26 February 2020
09:00 - 13:00

This half-day conference presents the key aspects that the industry will need to consider when planning for the future of the city.
The Mayor’s draft new London Plan, which looks ahead to 2041, was published for public consultation in December 2017. The consultation period ended in March 2018, with the Mayor publishing “minor suggested changes” to the draft London Plan in August 2018. Following the examination hearing sessions, a panel of Inspectors appointed by the Secretary of State issued a report and recommendations to the Mayor in October 2019. 
 
Before the launch of the new London Plan, this NLA half-day conference discusses key policy sections with leading experts across different sectors, who will present what practitioners need to know for their future practice. 

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Speaker biographies

Artur Carulla

Partner, Allies and Morrison

Ben Derbyshire

Chair, HTA Design LLP

Peter Eversden

Chairman, London Forum

Lisa Fairmaner

Head of the London Plan and Growth Strategies, Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

Shamit Gaiger

Director - Strategic Advisory, AECOM

Dima Zogheib

Associate, Arup

Natalie Thomson

Director, Head of Strategy, BuckleyGrayYeoman

Liz Smith

Regional Partner & Head of Architecture, Purcell

Paul Turpin

Sector Lead, IBI Group

Sarah Wardle

Associate Director, BECG

Clare Richards

Founding Director, ft'work

Peter Murray OBE

Curator-in-Chief, NLA


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