London’s population has passed its historic high point and is projected to continue to rise. Work under this programme examines how the city’s infrastructure – from transport to housing – can accommodate this growth, while improving affordability and quality of life for all.
Borough builders We're taking a fresh look at the role that boroughs can play in ensuring delivery of new homes across London, through direct delivery or long-term partnerships.
Meanwhile use in London Meanwhile space presents an opportunity for creativity, entrepreneurship, and to use land more efficiently. But what challenges and opportunities do meanwhile spaces present for London?
Street Smarts: Report of the Commission on the Future of London’s Roads and Streets New thinking on what London could do to manage the conflicting pressures on the capital’s surface transport system and public realm.
Growing Well: Making London’s New Places Fit for the Future This paper looks at how London’s largest sites can be delivered as successful places, at a time of dramatic technological, demographic and environmental change.
Ideas above your Station: Exploring the Potential for Development at London’s Stations Developing over and above stations can be viable if decision-taking, governance and design are intelligently integrated.
Strength in Numbers: Funding and Building More Affordable Housing in London We look at two of the main barriers preventing boroughs from building affordable housing: the cost of land and the availability of funding. Could cross-borough partnerships help solve this crisis?