Tuesday 04 May 2021
Coal Drops Yard © Argent LLP
‘We couldn’t think of a better place to start our ‘on tour’ programme than King’s Cross’, said NLA chief executive Nick McKeogh. ‘We launched NLA the same year Argent submitted the King’s Cross masterplan, and over the last 16 years we have followed the progress with great interest as it has become a benchmark for development in London’.
Head of assets at King’s Cross Anthea Harries said she was ‘thrilled’ to welcome NLA to Coal Drops Yard. ‘NLA plays a vital role in the capital, fostering debate and encouraging learning about architecture, design and sustainability to a diverse audience within the industry and beyond’, she said. ‘As we emerge from the pandemic, the debate and learning has never been more important, and we look forward to playing our part in this, alongside NLA’
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