Matthew Taylor, author of the Taylor Review into Good Work, will be speaking on how London can establish good work practices that support employees to undertake training and learning throughout their lives, crucial given the changing nature of work. A workshop will follow to identify the tangible actions needed for London to undergo a reskilling revolution.
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Hosted by Cadogan
Sir Peter has been Chair of Network Rail since July 2015, and Chair of the London Legacy Development Corporation since July 2017. Prior to that, he was Transport for London’s Commissioner (2006 – 2015), having served since 2001 as TfL’s Managing Director of Surface Transport.
Hosted by Freshfields
London First is delighted to be partnering with Women in Planning and Montagu Evans on this event. Women in Planning recently found that only 17% of leadership roles in private planning consultancies are filled by women and yet the benefits of increasing gender diversity in organisations are widely known.
Hosted by Montagu Evans
Join us on the morning of London First’s Skills London 2019, where we will be bringing together educational experts, business leaders, London Government and young people to debate what are the barriers holding back less advantaged communities in London from accessing skills and work.
Following the discussion, we are delighted to announce that the Mayor of London will be joining us for the Opening Ceremony of Skills London.
Located at ExCel London
Brought to you by London First and delivered with Prospects Events, Skills London is the UK’s biggest jobs and careers event for 15 – 24 year olds, taking place on 15 & 16 November 2019 at ExCeL, from 9.30a
Join us for the next event in our exclusive Partner Dinner Series, and take part in a fascinating discussion with Charles Roxburgh, Second Permanent Secretary to HM Treasury.
Rory Sutherland often referred to as the ‘Advertising Guru’, is a unique thought leader who decodes human behaviour – he looks for ‘unseen opportunities’ — the very small contextual changes which can have enormous effects on the decisions people make and transform the way that people act and think.
Just how many new homes are we building in London? The government’s housebuilding statistics differ from the GLA’s and are different from those provided by independent analysts.
Hosted by Savills
It’s that time of year again! Yes, Christmas is creeping up on us and before you know it, the Christmas lights will be switched on and our to do lists will be filled with Christmas gift ideas.
Hosted by The O2
Homes England have had a busy two years since they were established, securing £4 billion in government investment, facilitating new partnerships with housing associations and local authorities across the country and supporting new infrastructure to unlock housing delivery and encourage economic growth.
Hosted by Barratt London
This event will give members the opportunity to discuss the Examination in Public (EiP) process with the Deputy Mayor and Jennifer Peters, the GLA’s Lead Officer on the London Plan, and hear first-hand how the Mayor is responding to the Inspectors’ report and intending to take the Plan forward to adoption.
Hosted by BNP Paribas Real Estate