A snapshot of how intricately London and the EU are intertwined
Innovation Districts and the Changing Geography of London's Knowledge Economy
- Another Storey: What's the real potential for densifying London's estates?29th September 2016 8:30 am
Join us and an expert panel for the launch of our new report into the role London’s housing estates could play in addressing housing shortages. We'll be discussing council housing trends, policy changes and significant estates in the capital.
- Strange Days – London After the EU Referendum
21st July 2016
A month after the shock referundum result, there is still a lot that remains uncertain. In this report we argue London urgently needs control over skills, taxes and migration policies so that it can tackle the challenges arising from Brexit.
- Stopped: Why People Oppose Residential Development in Their Back Yard
20th July 2016
Looking behind the NIMBY stereotype, this report identifies seven types of public concern around new developments in London.
- A Chief Digital Officer for all Londoners
20th June 2016
Following the commitment made by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan to appoint a Chief Digital Officer, our latest report, produced in conjunction with London First, sets out the main requirements of the role.
- Continental Capital – London’s Links with Europe
9th June 2016
A snapshot of how intricately London and the EU are intertwined, in terms of population, workforce, academia, trade and travel.
- We're on a mission to find London's next leaders
19th August 2016
This year, we want to use the London Conference as a platform to promote the emerging leaders and creative thinkers whose great ideas are improving the city and the lives of Londoners. From tech and innovation, to arts and culture, we want you to nominate the rising stars who deserve to be heard #LeadLDN
- Sure-footed start but trials ahead?
15th August 2016
Sadiq Khan's first 100 days in office have flown by. In this comment piece Richard Brown, Research Director, looks back at what Sadiq has achieved to date and sets out some of the challenges ahead.
- Innovation and education: The 'post-legacy' future for east London
28th July 2016
On the eve of Rio 2016, we hosted a conference to discuss the future challenges and opportunities facing Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The event highlighted that innovation, collaboration and education will play a central role in the Park's future economy.
- Liz Peace joins Centre for London as Chair of Trustees
25th July 2016
A well-known figure in the property industry, having served as Chief Executive of the British Property Federation for thirteen years, Liz joins as Chair of Trustees. Liz will work closely with our team to help to ensure that we meet our charitable objectives.