Build to Rent – London’s new intermediate tenure?

The private rented sector is London’s fastest growing housing tenure; between 2001 and 2011 it almost doubled. Whilst just a fraction of those tenants currently live in purpose-built rental properties, investors, the Greater London Authority and, increasingly, local authorities are recognising the potential of Build to Rent in London. It’s early … [Read more...]

Funding climate change resilience

On 24 May, Future of London brought together senior representatives from local authorities, housing associations, developers and other organisations to discuss mechanisms to pay for schemes that address short-term environmental stresses and long-term resilience in London - and to explore how equity can be built into these programmes. This was … [Read more...]

Breakfast Bites with host Lewis Silkin

This autumn, Future of London is partnering with law firm Lewis Silkin to host a series of breakfast seminars. These ‘Breakfast Bites’ will focus on hot topics facing built environment practitioners. Each event will include a light breakfast, followed by a panel of speakers and Q&A. There will also be an opportunity for networking over … [Read more...]