Strategic priorities for a growing city that works for all Londoners
The coronavirus pandemic has accelerated the digitalisation of the planning system, leading to significant, and potentially long-lasting, changes in the way we approach consultation and accessibility of information and data.
Is the current planning system fit to take decisions that will shape the London of the future? With the new draft London Plan under final scrutiny, do we have the right tools to carefully plan for high-quality environments where people want to live? Where should new homes, schools, transport links and offices be built? How can the community get involved in helping shape plans in their area? And how should the regeneration of existing areas be best managed?
NLA’s Planning programme looks at the rapidly changing shape of London through examining spatial and strategic plans at a local as well as London-wide level.
- Good Growth
- Engaging Londoners in planning
- Planning tools fit for the future
PROPOSED UPCOMING ACTIVITY
- Planning Expert Panel, 6 July 2020
2019 – Neighbourhood Planning in London: actions for the future, Think Tank, March 2019
2018 – Engaging Londoners in planning: are neighbourhood forums the answer?, Think Tank, October 2018
2018 – The power of data: London’s smart future, Breakfast Talk, September 2018
2018 – Is it time to re-think the Green Belt? APPG for London’s Planning and Built Environment, July 2018
2018 – Beyond London boundaries, Growth in the Wider South East, Half-day Conference, June 2018
2018 – The Big Debate: The new London
2016 – Re-inventing the London Plan
2014 – Smarter London
2008 – London's Towns: Shaping the polycentric city
2008 – Waterfront London - Rediscovering the rivers and canals of the capital
2006 – Turning the Tide - Regenerating Londons Thames Gateway
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