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Supported Event / The Big Debate: Shaping the next London Plan

January 30, 2017 @ 17:30 - 20:30 GMT

This event is now fully booked but you can register for the waiting list.
 
The Academy of Urbanism is supporting the The Big Debate: Shaping the next London Plan on Monday 30 January 2017 organised by New London Architecture.

How do we build a great city for Londoners in a period of major growth? Where should development happen, what should its scale and density be, and what sort of places we should be creating?

This key event will debate how we build ‘A City for all Londoners’, creating a voice from the built environment industry in response to key issues including housing, density, streets and public spaces and the role of tall buildings in the capital.

Have your say on the future shape of the capital at this major free debate on the next London Plan, organised in partnership with leading London associations.

Deputy Mayor for Planning Jules Pipe, and for Housing, James Murray, together with other representatives from City Hall will set out their current thinking, followed by discussion by panels of built environment experts. Hear about new ideas and thinking on issues ranging from where London’s growth is located; to the delivery of higher-density neighbourhoods; to delivering better streets and spaces.

Audience members will be able to engage through Q&A sessions and regular polls throughout the evening to share their thoughts on the topics being debated.

With up to 1,000 built environment professionals, academics and community representatives in the room, this will present an unrivaled ability to gather an expert response to the Mayor’s desire for good growth.

This event is now fully booked but you can register for the waiting list by clicking the button below.

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Details

Date:
January 30, 2017
Time:
17:30 - 20:30 GMT

Venue

Friends House
173 Euston Road
London, NW1 2BJ United Kingdom
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Organiser

New London Architecture
Phone:
020 7636 4044
Website:
http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/