#DiversityPledgeLDN – Get involved!

    Pledge here to join London's top organisations! Pledge 'e-badge' design competition - .  , 13th Oct 2016 - Please re-post!  Diversity Speakers' Network  from Speaker Showcase. Future of London, supported by the Mayor of London, has launched a pan-London pledge to help development & … [Read more...]

Seminar: Rethinking SME Workspace

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) account for 99.8% of businesses in London and nearly 50% of all employment. SMEs have capacity to deliver significant jobs and growth in London in the coming years. Various forms of shared workspace are steadily expanding in London. These include co-working spaces, incubators, accelerators, shared studios and … [Read more...]

Research seminars: Engaging Private Landlords in Energy Efficiency

Research is well underway on Future of London’s latest project, Engaging Private Landlords in Energy Efficiency. Sponsored by EDF Energy, this research programme considers the main challenges to engaging London’s PRS landlords in energy efficiency, and highlights ways that boroughs can improve private rented sector housing in their … [Read more...]

Crossrail as Catalyst: Realising regeneration around stations

On April 23rd, Future of London launched Crossrail as Catalyst at the King’s Fund. This new report examines how London communities can grasp the regeneration and development potential of Crossrail stations – and of future infrastructure projects. As with any major infrastructure project, part of Crossrail’s promise has been to generate or … [Read more...]

New anthology – London’s Transport Network: Adaptation and evolution

In Spring 2013, Future of London began looking at transport planning in London, and at how it can adapt to changes in demographics and urban form, and influence sustainable travel choices. In partnership with Transport for London, we ran a three-part seminar series – ‘London’s Transport Network: Adaptation and evolution’ – that examined adapting to … [Read more...]

Spring seminars: Delivering public health

Today, there’s little debate about the fact that health and the built environment are linked, though it wasn’t always so. Perhaps nowhere is the connection better captured than here in London, where John Snow famously traced an 1854 cholera outbreak in Soho to a water pump on (now) Broadwick Street. Not only did this discovery place Snow at the … [Read more...]

London 2062 book launch

What will London look like in fifty years’ time? In the spring of 2012, Future of London partnered with UCL’s Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities to explore this question as part of their London 2062 programme. Housing, energy, transport and the economy were discussed and debated by leading academics and practitioners at a series of … [Read more...]

Getting the most from RE:NEW and ECO

Future of London/EDF Energy: Delivering Energy Efficiency Series - Part 3 Breakfast Seminar: Friday, 8th November 2013, 08:30 – 10:30 AM The third event in our Delivering Energy Efficiently series, supported by EDF Energy, takes stock of two time-limited programmes: one, the first phase of the Greater London Authority’s RE:NEW Support Team, … [Read more...]

Delivering the Big Society

During our localism event this week, Darren Richards, Executive Head of Planning and Transportation, of LB Sutton provided us with an overview of the Hackbridge Project, one element of the borough’s planned development in the years ahead. With radical governance arrangements that prioritise community leadership and engagement at every level of … [Read more...]