London’s West End accounts for 3% of the UK’s overall economic output and has a projected growth of up to 10 million people in the next fifteen years. This additional economic activity will put unprecedented pressure on infrastructure, the public realm and the commercial offer that makes this piece of city so unique. What is the strategic vision for ensuring The West End continues to compete on a global stage?
NLA will bring together key council officers, developers, occupiers, property consultants and architects to examine the area, looking at the impact of the Elizabeth Line and potentially Crossrail 2 – how to accommodate this new influx, as well as the protection and provision of office stock, including key updates on new developments. The morning conference will be followed by a networking lunch and afternoon walking tours will cover Soho, Mayfair and Northbank, including a focused route on retail.
- The character of The West End
- Taking a long-term approach
- Accommodating growth
Tour A - Soho
Tour B - Retail and Mayfair
Tour C - Northbank
09:00 - Morning conference
13:00 - Networking lunch
14:00 - Walking tours
16:00 - End of walking tours and drinks
17:00 - End
You will be asked to make a tour selection when booking your ticket, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to accommodate all delegates on their first choice tour, but will do our utmost to ensure we can fit everyone on to their preferred tour. If you would rather not make a choice not, delegates will receive an email inviting them to select their first and second preferred tours.