dRMM director Sadie Morgan joins Deputy Mayors, Jules Pipe and James Murray, to discuss the future of London in the NLA’s annual Big Debate.
The Mayor’s new London Plan sets out the key policies to guide London’s spatial development for decades to come, addressing major challenges such as the provision of housing and sustainable transport for a growing city.
How should we shape the London of the future, creating a high-quality environment where people want to live?
How should we plan for major growth, accommodating an increasing population, delivering more and better-quality housing, enhancing green and public places, supporting businesses and providing efficient and sustainable transport to move around the capital, yet protecting London’s rich heritage and existing communities?
Sadie will join Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor for Planning, Regeneration and Skills and James Murray, Deputy Mayor for Housing and Residential Development as well as other GLA representatives, panels of built environment professionals and leading commentators to discuss what the new London Plan means for the future of London.
The Big Debate, 18.00 – 20.15
Monday 5 February 2018
Friends House, NW1 2BJ
For further information and tickets visit The Big Debate Eventbrite page.