Investigating ways to deliver the quality and quantity of housing that Londoners need
Housing delivery remains the most critical issue for London. With an average increase of almost 4,000 households each year, and a current population of 8.8 million residents, as an industry we must address the challenges this incurs and create opportunities for innovation and new thinking. To keep up with this growth, London must delivery around 52,000 new homes per year according to the latest review of the London Plan.
The NLA housing programme provides the capital’s leading forum for discussion and debate about how we provide more homes for Londoners, encouraging new ideas and thinking on the future of housing design, delivery and construction.
In 2020, the housing programme will address social value and wellbeing, co-living, the growth of Build-to-Rent, and integrating age groups and communities, asking what new typologies might mean for streets and town centres. Are we equipped to deliver innovative new models of housing? What does the small sites housing policy mean for London? How can we create a truly diverse housing offer so that we are not left behind other global cities in years to come?
- The resurgent public sector
- Mental health and integrated communities
- Modern methods of construction and prefabrication
- New housing models and those they serve
- Multi-generational living and diversity
- Empowering the home owner and the community (self build and custom build)
- Small sites
PROPOSED UPCOMING ACTIVITY
- Social Value of Housing, Half-day Conference, March 2020
- Build to Rent, Think Tank, Summer 2020
- Housing Conference, October 2020
- On the house — what’s the alternative? Half-day Conference, December 2019
- Community-led Housing: Taking Action, Breakfast Talk, October 2019
- Moving to Modular: Factory-Made Housing, one year on, Think Tank, October 2019
- Public housing, Half-day Conference, May 2019
- Co-living Think Tank, January 2019
- Factory-Made Housing: a solution for London? October 2018 – January 2019
- New Ideas for Housing, October 2015 – January 2016
- Factory-Made Housing: a solution for London? October 2018
- New Ideas for Housing, October 2015