This event will bring together a panel of experts who are involved in bringing forward the Old Kent Road Opportunity Area to discuss progress and lessons learnt to date. The panel includes both the public and private sector perspective including those involved in developing the political and policy vision and those delivering schemes on the ground.
Hosted by London South Bank University
Join us and the Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP for a discussion on the importance of transport investment across England’s major cities, ahead of the autumn Spending Review.
Hosted by PwC
Join us for a briefing on sustainable communities with Steve Quartermain CBE, Chief Planner, MHCLG, and experts from the fields of planning policy and development delivery.
We will be discussing how we can better evaluate the impact and success of new communities to inform the design of future developments.
Sponsored by Iceni
Quality of Place and Quality of Movement: Member Reception with Gareth Powell, Managing Director – Surface Transport at Transport for London
Join us for a member briefing and discussion on the future of London’s public transport services with Gareth Powell, Director of Surface Transport at TfL.
We look forward to hearing TfL’s plans and priorities for the capital in the context of the Mayor’s Transport Strategy, funding challenges and the new ULEZ.
Hosted by HKS Architects
An expert panel will consider the impact London’s new estate regeneration policy regime has had and look at whether there are broader structural market issues that will determine the future shape of estate regeneration. This event will analyse how London can both maximise the social impact of estate regeneration while increasing housing supply.
Hosted by Grant Thornton
The draft London Plan has put in place the first ever pan-London planning policy on co-living, providing fresh impetus for expansion of the sector. Bringing together London First members with local authority representatives, this roundtable will consider: what the demand for co-living is in London; the views of London government about this type of housing; the evolution of the co-living product; and the contribution it can make to delivering more new homes in the capital.
Hosted by The Collective
The Grade II* listed power station is one of the largest brick buildings in the world and is being meticulously restored to form the centre piece of an exciting, new mixed-use neighbourhood, with a number of businesses and over 1,000 residents already in situ.
Hosted by Battersea Power Station
This event will be an excellent opportunity to meet the Leader and to discuss both her priorities for Enfield and the key challenges and opportunities for growth in the borough.
Hosting opportunity available
Michelle Cuomo-Boorer, who leads the skills agenda at the GLA, will be speaking at the first of six sessions in our new skills series, one year on from London First’s Employment and Skills Action Plan.
The series will look at London’s future workforce challenges up to and beyond Brexit, and aims to highlight the necessary action to maintain London’s talent and skills.
Hosted by Deloitte
Hosted by CBRE
Join us for dinner with London’s Conservative MPs and senior business leaders to discuss our Next Horizon strategy and vision for London to 2025.
As we develop our strategy, we would welcome your views on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
Looking to Brexit and beyond, it’s time to think big, and to develop a plan of action for future proofing our capital, ensuring it remains the best place in the world to do business.
Breakfast briefing with Jeremy Pocklington, Director General - Housing, Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government (MHCLG)
Breakfast briefing with Jeremy Pocklington, Director General, Housing at the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government who will be updating up us on Government plans to meet its 300,000 housebuilding target, recent policy announcements and future initiatives.
This session will also provide the opportunity to explore challenges currently facing the housing sector and future opportunities.
Jeremy joined the MHCLG in August 2018 and in that
Hosted by KPMG
This has taken on a new significance as the Government no longer has a pipeline of rail infrastructure investments from the public purse.
We will also have all the Network Rail business development directors for its London routes for a ‘speed dating’-style networking reception after Jeremy’s remarks.
Hosted by Dentons
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