With keynote addresses by Jules Pipe (Deputy Mayor for Planning, Regeneration and Skills) and Jeremy Skinner of the GLA’s policy team, the debate covered a range of subjects including: integrated planning, keeping London liveable, funding mechanisms and embracing technological change, all with a view to preserving and enhancing London’s status as a “World City”.
For a summary of the discussion (which took place under the Chatham House Rule), read the full article: ICE Thought Leadership Dinner: Prioritising London's Infrastructure Investment
We were pleased to support this important event. The successful delivery of London’s infrastructure priorities is key to the UK’s future prosperity in a post-Brexit world. BLP’s clients are at the heart of London’s development and we all need to work together to create sustainable and “joined up” plans to meet the challenges of population growth, the skills gap and new technology. We look forward to building on our successful collaboration with the ICE.