London's future as an adaptable, open and smart city is critical in ensuring it remains a thriving centre for business which can compete globally. How do we build for this future? How do we shape a resilient city that can adapt and prosper in the face of fundamental shifts?
The physical spaces in which we interact, collaborate and innovate are critical in creating an integrated city. So, how should the built environment respond?
NLA will host discussions in this half-day conference, bringing together key industry experts to look at issues such as attracting and retaining talent; the adaptability of buildings; and the role of work within wider regeneration plans, further exploring the recommendations to come out of the NLA Insight Study: WRK / LDN.
- Paul Harrington, real estate director at PricewaterhouseCoopers
- Patrick Nelson, real estate, head of Europe at WeWork
- Tony Fish, board director at Fab Lab London
- Jennifer Ross, director of Tibbalds
- Michael Wiseman, head of office leasing at British Land
- Colin Beattie, sustainability consultant and architect at John Robertson Architects
- Rob Partridge, director at AKT II
- Fred Pilbrow, partner at Pilbrow + Partners
- Graeme Craig, director of commercial development at Transport for London
- Peter Murray, chairman of New London Architecture (Chair)
Time: 9.00am - 1.00pm
Cost: £149 + VAT
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