Our publications offer new analysis and insight into the problems London and other cities face, and propose new ideas for solving them.
London Essays – Play This collection of essays explores the opportunities for play in the capital, from childhood to adulthood, and what it means for the economic, social and cultural life of the city.
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The London Intelligence
The London Intelligence | Issue 2 Tracking the trends transforming the capital, with a spotlight focus on education data.
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.
London Essays – Futures This issue of London Essays looks at the capital’s future. What should we expect from it? How can we prepare for it? Most importantly, how can we shape it?
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.