MAKING SPACE FOR... DIVERSITY BY THE LONDON STAND

    1. Event Date
      Thu, Mar 14
  1. Event Theme
    London Stand
  2. Event Type
    Panel discussion

MAKING SPACE FOR... DIVERSITY BY THE LONDON STAND

14-Mar-2019, 10:00 - 13:00

LONDON STAND
Language:
English

10:00 | London’s High Streets
In association with Peter Brett Associates

With increasing competition from online retailers many of our town centres and high streets face new challenges. This session will discuss key initiatives that integrate flexibility into our suburban centres and allow them to adapt to changing behaviours.

Speakers:

  • Debbie Jackson, Assistant Director of Regeneration, GLA
  • Catherine McGuinness, Chairman of Policy & Resources Committee, City of London

10:30 | Supporting a Diverse Industry

Diversity has long been an issue throughout the industry, so what can we do to support the progress that is being made? How can we continue to push for a more diverse workforce and at the same time celebrate all the benefits diversity produces within a company?

Speakers:

  • Debbie Jackson, Assistant Director of Regeneration, GLA
  • Samantha McClary, Deputy Editor, EG


11:00 | Streets of the Future

This session will discuss the streets of the future, as London’s population growth continues to put pressure on our transport system, how can we diversify our transport infrastructure to ensure our streets are safer, healthier and more efficient for Londoners? What new initiatives are coming forward to support an improved network of streets across London?

11:30 | Area / Project Focus 4: Mixed-Use Development

This session will showcase exemplar mixed-used developments from across London, considering the importance of having a rich mix within every neighbourhood.

12:00 | Designed in London Project Presentations 2

This session will feature presentations on recent and current projects from across Europe and beyond, showcasing schemes completed by a diverse London-based team.

12:30 | Debate: Appropriate Density, Appropriate Places (Around Model)

Following on from the recently launched findings of NLA’s annual tall buildings survey, this session will question what appropriate densification looks like across the capital, debating the role tall buildings should play in the future of London.

Speakers:

  • Stuart Baillie, Planning Director, GL Hearn 



More about the London Stand here: https://www.londonatmipim.com/programme/

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