New London Architecture

Conservation & Heritage

 Celebrating London’s unique mix of old and new

London’s story is told through its buildings, monuments, squares and streets. From Roman, Medieval, Gothic, Elizabethan, Georgian and Regency, to Art Deco, Brutalist and Postmodern, the city retains signs of its development over the past 2000 years in the built environment that has survived to present days.

But London is also an ever-changing city, not afraid to reinvent his places to accommodate new needs and respond to the challenges posed by growth. The result is the unique combination of old and new in the city fabric, a feature that defines London’s identity. 

How do we ensure an approach for development that allows the city to absorb and facilitate growth whilst retaining its heritage?

A year-round programme examines how the industry can harness London’s heritage to create attractive and financially viable schemes, and showcases the most sympathetic and innovative approaches taken with the capital’s many listed buildings, major areas of regeneration and the successful juxtaposition of old and new — celebrating heritage in a growing and fast-changing city.

  • Updates on major conservation projects in the capital 
  • Planning approaches for conservation areas

2020 – Conservation Philosophy & Principles
2019 – A Tall Order: retrofitting London’s skyscrapers, Breakfast Talk
2018 – Caring for 20th Century Buildings, PechaKucha
2018 – Reimagining 60s London, Breakfast Talk 
2017 – How do we retain London’s character in a period of rapid growth? Half-day Conference
2017 – London History Day, Model talk
2016 – Smithfield Market & Museum of London, Breakfast Talk 
2016 – London’s commercial retrofit market, Half-day Conference
2015 – Gasholder Park, Networking
2015 – Royal Academy, Breakfast Talk
2015 – Hyde Park Barracks, Breakfast Talk


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Prices start from £4,950 + VAT for 12 month support. 


Architects and engineers show off exemplar conservation schemes


Architects and engineers show off exemplar conservation schemes

Architects and engineers are breathing new life into old buildings across the capital, reworking – but respecting – heri...

A new era for Hornsey Town Hall


A new era for Hornsey Town Hall

The Grade II * listed Hornsey Town Hall located on Crouch End Broadway has a rich cultural heritage spanning over half a...

Conservation and heritage: How do we give new life to old buildings?


Conservation and heritage: How do we give new life to old buildings?

This webinar heard about exemplar projects in London that have been transformed and given a new life.

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