Culture’s role in London’s development and regeneration
As the cultural sector regains its position as a key driver of socio-economic city regeneration, how are the creative industries bouncing back from the pandemic? And how can the built environment industry, government bodies and local authorities support the areas most affected by the pandemic and those that remain at risk?
London’s reputation as one of the world’s great cultural centres attracts talent and businesses from all over the world and is estimated to provide one in six jobs in London, generating around £58.4 billion a year for the London economy.
The year-round programme explores the role of culture in city regeneration and development, London’s cultural institutions, the role of culture in placemaking, how museums are tackling net-zero targets and the climate emergency, and the capital’s night-time economy.
NLA continues to investigate how the rich and unique culture and character of the capital can be maintained, celebrated and enhanced.
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