Tall Buildings in London Annual Update 2017 -Free NLA Breakfast Talk

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New London Architecture

The Building Centre

26 Store Street

London

WC1E 7BT

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Join us for the launch of the fourth annual NLA London Tall Buildings Survey 2017, with research partner GL Hearn and data partner EG.

Find out the latest trends in the capital’s pipeline: where are new tall buildings coming forward, and what impact are they having in delivering future homes and infrastructure for the capital? As the first post-Brexit survey since NLA started tracking tall buildings in London in 2014, what does this year's data tell us about the strength of the London’s development and investment market?

Giving a picture of how some of London’s areas are changing, this breakfast talk will debate the challenges and contributions that tall buildings present for a fast growing city, and examine how latest innovations in 3D digital modelling could aid the city in managing their impact on local communities as well as across the wider capital.

Part of the Tall Buildings Programme

Programme Champions: GL Hearn

This event is CPD accredited

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New London Architecture

The Building Centre

26 Store Street

London

WC1E 7BT

United Kingdom

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Organiser of Tall Buildings in London Annual Update 2017 -Free NLA Breakfast Talk

New London Architecture (NLA) is an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture, planning, development and construction in the capital. Our core mission is to bring people together to shape a better city.

A busy year-round programme of events, research and exhibitions examines all issues affecting London’s built environment and attracts all those with a stake in the future of the city – politicians, professionals and the public. We bring the broadest group of people from all disciplines and communities together to share knowledge and debate the city’s unprecedented growth.

We are based at The Building Centre in central London where our giant interactive model of central London is free to visit six days a week.

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