The first in a series of events on healthcare property, supported by Morgan Sindall Construction, this session will ask how health service transformation is driving estate transformation across the South East. In what ways are shifts to online consultation shaping estates? What will integrated hubs look like? How widespread geographically are these changes? What delivery… Read More »TVOA Webinar: What form is health estate transformation taking across the South East?
What are the opportunities for new kinds of growth as city life changes due to COVID-19? Barking and Dagenham is a case study in adaptation and innovation as the old commuting routine of squeezing on a crowded and delayed train, to sit in a shiny office all day, is challenged. As city dwellers take more… Read More »Sitematch365: Barking and Dagenham
In October we revealed seven frontiers of council housebuilding. One frontier identified with great potential for contributing to housing targets was rail-side sites. But these schemes can be difficult, not just technically for development on constrained sites, but also in terms of the partnerships required to deliver them, issues of sustainability and, of course, livability.… Read More »TVOA Webinar: Unlocking railside sites for housing delivery
Council estates were once aspirational: for much of the 20th Century, more than half the population lived in them. Really rapid housing growth has only ever been achieved through the development of housing estates by councils. And, although for the last 50 years perceptions of estates have been increasingly negative, conditions on many estates are… Read More »TVOA Webinar: How can we make great estates even better?
Cities that we enjoy visiting, like Paris, New York and Barcelona, achieve much higher densities than London, and the densest parts of our city are some of the most desirable.' — Richard Rogers A city forms because citizens need each other's services. Some cities become dense and soar; others sprawl. London is a relatively low… Read More »The Voice of Authority with the Key Worker Homes Fund – The answer is above our heads: the value of location, liveability and longevity
Developer U+I has commissioned groundbreaking research into the role of data in the planning system. Its report identifies a systemic oversight in the potential for brownfield sites to address the housing crisis, and calls for an overhaul of how we use data in planning - with four key recommendations. Join our expert panel to discuss those recommendations and their ramifications… Read More »The Voice of Authority with U+I: Are we on the cusp of a new era of data-led planning?
How housing is fuelling the Northern Powerhouse and what that means to the key cities of Northern England. Interested in speaking at or sponsoring this event? Get in contact.
Whether London's population growth slows or continues, the housing crisis demands that we deliver more homes for Londoners. But how do we square that with our environmental responsibilities, when construction is culpable for 40% of annual UK carbon emissions? Are the housing crisis and the climate emergency producing conflicting responses? And even if newly constructed… Read More »The Voice of Authority with the Key Worker Homes Fund – All in: sustaining a city for people and planet