NLA Breakfast Talk investigating the future of landscape-led development in London, exploring the value and benefit of strategic public realm, placemaking and landscape planning in development.
Extending for 3 miles along the banks of the River Lea, stretching from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to the Thames at Blackwall, The Lea River Park is an established project to create a major new park for London. The Lea River Park will lead the transformation of a former industrial backland into the centreground of one of the largest new growth areas for London, and will address the physical and social fragmentation created by a legacy of infrastructure, political boundaries and topography.
What lessons for wider London can be learnt from the Lea River Park? What are the key drivers for landscape-led development projects across the capital? What are the future opportunities for public and private sector collaboration to deliver good public realm and landscape projects in areas of large scale regeneration?
Part of the NLA’s Placemaking & Public Realm Programme
Programme Champions: Broadgate Estates, Capco / Programme Supporters: LLDC
The event is CPD Accredited