London Urban Transformation Commission
For the long term success of Greater London, what steps should be taken to accelerate development and create great places to live and work?
London First has brought together practitioners from the planning and development and infrastructure sectors to form the London Urban Transformation Commission (LUTC). The Commission has made recommendations on the way forward for regeneration in London to keep the capital competitive in the wake of Brexit and an intensifying housing crisis. It has focused in particular at ways of thinking and working, policy formulation, governance and resourcing to achieve this.
Through the course of 2017, the Commission has been working on a set of recommendations now published in the final report, Seizing the Opportunities: a new approach for transforming London
- To provide regeneration and urban transformation practitioners with examples of best practice in London
- To seek to identify what constitutes economically and socially viable communities and how these areas can be fostered
- To encourage an improved joined-up approach in policy development and advocacy, in planning, housing and transport, and to promote better coordination of these areas at the GLA
The Commission’s initial overview publication is available here.
The Commission is chaired by Stephen Warrington, London First board member, and led by Sue Brown, executive director of planning and development at London First.
Stephen Warrington – Non-Executive Director, London First (Chair)
Sue Brown – Executive Director, Planning and Development, London First
Martin Bellinger – Director of Essential Land
Nick Belsten – Director, Indigo Planning
Jeremy Castle – Director, Planning, Deloitte
Dr Nancy Holman – Director of Planning Studies, London School of Economics
Andrew Jones – Managing Director, AECOM
Lee Polisano – President, PLP
Simon Durkin – Director of Strategy, Research and Operations, Seaforth Land
Rob Tincknell – Chief Executive Officer, Battersea Power Station
Roberta Downey – Partner, Hogan Lovells
Paul Ward – Head of Regeneration, Barratt London
Look out for opportunities throughout the year to contribute to the Commission’s work and influence.
For more information, contact Kathryn Gray: email@example.com