New London Architecture

NLQ Issue 33

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New Londoner this issue is Westminster leader Nickie Aiken. She talks affordable housing, politics, and pedestrianizing Oxford Street in our interview. Also featured, Grimshaw, Donald Insall Associates, Rob Tincknell and The International Quarter.


Need to know 
The quarter – our potted summary of all the key news events this term

Bloomberg’s City HQ – hailed by Dan Doctoroff as ‘one of the most spectacular buildings, anywhere, ever’

We ask: what are your hopes for the year ahead?

Who said what at the main NLA events this quarter

The way we work
Moved on by HS2, Jestico + Whiles have settled on Clerkenwell for its new offices

Murray Mint 
Peter Murray on his recent cycle expedition to Myanmar

New Londoner 
Westminster Leader Nickie Aiken on housing, politics, and Oxford Street. By David Taylor

Sounding Board 
The NLA Sounding Board deliver their verdict on the new draft London Plan

Opinion this time from AHMM’s Dr Craig Robertson

Keeping cities alive – conservation ‘regenerators’ Donald Insall Associates, by David Taylor

London’s Towns special 
The polycentric city – our special feature on the NLA Insight Study and events

From the team 
Green shoots – NLA’s Barbara Chesi on this year’s sustainability programme

Top of their game 
Transporting themselves – Grimshaw is pushing new boundaries. By David Taylor

Letter from the boroughs 
Cath Shaw, deputy chief executive at Barnet Council extols the virtues of the borough

NEW Update 
The first in a regular look at longduration projects. This time: Battersea Power Station

Project preview 
Greenwich Peninsula’s Design District, by Knight Dragon’s Matthew Dearlove

Briefing notes 
The low-down on all of NLA’s conferences and events this quarter

Coffee break 
Old Oak Common head of design Eleanor Fawcett answers the questions

Building review 
Lendlease and LCR’s International Quarter London gets the building review treatment

The directory 
Our guide to the companies and properties in London, complete with agents’ views on specific areas

My London 
PegagusLife’s John Nordon on ‘Uncle Barb’ – the Barbican

Issue details

Published December 2017

Team credits
Editor, David Taylor . Editor-in-chief, Peter Murray. Editorial director, Catherine Staniland. Sub editor, Julia Dawson. Editorial support, Jess Cronin, Marl Cox, Merry Arnold, Aurelia Amanitis. Publisher, Nick McKeogh. Production, Michelle Haywood. Photography, Agnese Sanvito. Design and art direction, Stefano Meroni.

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