London City Region: Accommodating Growth

Insight Seminar
In association with CBRE
Thursday 15 June, 1230-1315 Seminar Room 1

With London’s population projected to reach 10 million by 2030, this session will look at how we should accommodate this growth, not only in terms of housing but also employment and amenity space in a way that is affordable enough to allow those on a range of incomes to remain in London. How should we densify and where? Should we build up or out? What should the role of the suburbs, and even the Green Belt, be in accommodating growing numbers? How does this fit into the wider South East?

Neeraj Dixit, Senior Director- Planning, CBRE

Paul Finch, Editorial Director, Architects’ Journal (Chair)

Ben Derbyshire, Chair, HTA Design LLP and President Elect, RIBA 

Charlie Adan, Chief Executive, RB Kingston

Martin Scholar, Head of Planning, Barratt London

Tony Brown, Chief Investment Officer, M&G Real Estate