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London Tall buildings Survey 2021 - report launch

Talk

Thursday 15 April 2021
10:00 - 11:00

Free

Launching the new London Tall Buildings Survey 2021, this webinar will present the new data and reflect on the impact of the pandemic on London’s tall buildings pipeline.
After a year of massive disruption following the COVID-19 pandemic, what has been the impact on the London’s tall buildings pipeline, which last year counted over 500 towers at various stages of planning and construction? How has the construction and development industry responded to the pandemic and continued disruption in the market?
 
The past year has also seen significant policy changes in planning and building regulations, with the release of some major consultations concerning the Planning White Paper, the Building Safety Bill and the Future Homes Standards among others. The new London Plan, formally adopted and published in March 2021, is also introducing new policies for tall buildings which London Boroughs will have to respond to.
 
And with questions remaining about the future of the city in the post-pandemic world, how can this building typology respond to new pressing priorities such as the health and wellbeing of residents, flexibility of uses and the climate agenda? 
 
This webinar will hear from research partner Knight Frank presenting the new tall buildings pipeline and other key contributors about the changing landscape for high rises in the capital. 

Programme

10:00   Welcome from Chair 
Peter Murray, Curator-in-Chief, New London Architecture
 
10:05   The pipeline
Stuart Baillie, Partner, Head of Planning, Knight Frank
 
10:20   Panel discussion
Speakers above, plus:
 
Colin Wilson, Head of Regeneration Old Kent Road, LB Southwark
Nattasha Freeman, Director, SHEQ, Turner & Townsend
Fred Pilbrow, Senior Partner, Pilbrow & Partners
James Goldsmith, Head of Leasing. AXA IM - Real Assets
 
11:00   End

Speakers

Peter Murray

Curator-in-Chief, NLA

Stuart Baillie

Head of Planning, Knight Frank

Fred Pilbrow

Senior Partner, Pilbrow & Partners

Colin Wilson

Head of Regeneration Old Kent Road, London Borough of Southwark

James Goldsmith

Head of Leasing, AXA IM - Real Assets

Nattasha Freeman

Director, SHEQ, Turner & Townsend


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