Innovation Districts and the Changing Geography of London's Knowledge Economy
- The Future of Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing Urban Regeneration in London27th June 2016 6:00 pm
Can crowdfunding better connect City Hall with London communities? Join the Greater London Authority and Centre for London for a panel discussion on the future of crowdfunding and civic participation in London.
- STOPPED: Public Attitudes to Housing Developments20th July 2016 9:00 am
London needs to build 500,000 homes over the next 10 years, and the same again in the following decade. Join us and an expert panel on Wednesday 20 July when we'll be presenting new research into the different factors that motivate opposition to new developments and suggest ways these ...
- Spaces to Think: Innovation Districts and the Changing Geography of London's Knowledge Economy
14th April 2016
Spaces to Think examines how London’s existing universities, clusters and innovation districts are evolving and sets out recommendations on how they can be encouraged to grow.
- Housing and Inequality in London
4th April 2016
This report reveals three ways in which rapidly rising housing costs are increasing disparities in income and wealth in London.
- Making the Most of London’s Big Sites
31st March 2016
This report identifies the most effective types of delivery structures which would transform London's large brownfield sites – and discusses new ways and approaches to meet the challenges of developing these sites.
- Keeping the Promise - A Manifesto for London
15th March 2016
Keeping the Promise - A Manifesto for London looks at how economic, social and environmental issues fit together, and sets out bold but practical policies to make London a more prosperous and inclusive city.
- Deputy Mayors must work together to tackle London's challenges
24th May 2016
London's problems - housing, transport, economic development, social inclusion and sustainability - are all closely connected. Sadiq's new deputy mayors will need to join up work at every level of London government to address the capital's growing challenges.
- Understanding the Potential for Housing Estate Densification
19th May 2016
Centre for London has launched a new project to research the potential for housing estate densification in London.
- Coming Soon - London Essays Issue 5: 'Food'
18th May 2016
London has one of the most exciting and creative food scenes of any city on the globe, but it also faces some big challenges – food poverty, obesity, and the decline of local high streets. Our next edition of London Essays will look at the way we eat in the capital, combining contributions from leading London restaurateurs, food experts and journalists.
- Join Our Team
11th May 2016
Centre for London is looking for two Research Managers to join our brilliant team and help influence London's policy agenda.