New London Architecture

City Dialogues

Connecting London nationally and internationally 

Cities the world over have been at a standstill in response to COVID-19. The long term impact of the pandemic remains unclear, however globally, we are united in this uncertainty. 
Never before have we needed new ways of addressing urban issues: new forms of civic leadership; citizen-centred but technology enabled; new places that work for all; greener and heathier ways of living; new technologies and new sources of jobs; and most importantly, greater equality and access to resources. 

Future-proofing our cities requires a nuanced conversation. How do we create flexible and resilient cities that can respond to any future crises and constantly changing behaviours? How do we unify our efforts in tackling climate change? How can we rebuild society to ensure those marginalised don’t continue to suffer? 
We must harness this moment of greater digital connectivity for a meaningful exchange, sharing experiences that will help all of our cities navigate the uncertainty and make informed and inspired decisions that serve their citizens. 
NLA’s programme of city dialogues, or low-carbon conferencing, facilitates this discussion between London and other cities, nationally and internationally.

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New York and London dig deep into resilience resources


New York and London dig deep into resilience resources

London and New York will dig deep into their resources of resilience and may emerge with more adaptive reuse and a new g...

Webinar: NYLON


Webinar: NYLON

Following the USA elections, our latest city dialogues event brought together experts from New York and London, to have...

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‘City centres were once poor; now they are rich. But that can change’


‘City centres were once poor; now they are rich. But that can change’

Dominique Alba is CEO of Apur, the Paris Urbanism Agency, whose job is to develop forward looking strategies which addre...

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