An NLA morning conference hosted by the Canary Wharf Group on Friday 29 June will bring together key policy makers, economists, local authorities, developers and occupiers to examine the future for workplace provision in the capital.
As the government and the Mayor look to the rebalancing of the economy, reducing London's dependence on the financial sector, how will the workplace change? What impact will the growth and decline of key economic and industrial sectors have on the geography of the capital? And how are planners, developers and practitioners making provision for the workplace needs of growing sectors, such as media, technology and creative industries?
Speakers include the City of London Corporation, Tech City Investment Organisation, the GLA, British Land, UCL, Knight Frank, Buro Four, Ramidus Consulting and the London Borough of Newham.
Onoffice readers are invited to take advantage a special 25% discount to this event. To book a place please click here and use the discount code ONOFF25.
The event is hosted by Canary Wharf Group, sponsored by Buro Four and supported by media partners onoffice.
NLA is London's Centre for the Built Environment – an independent information resource and a forum for discussion and debate for professionals, public and politicians. Set up in 2005 it has successfully established itself as a major focus for discussion about architecture, planning, development and construction in the capital with a year-round programme of events, publications and exhibitions, and a core mission – bringing people and ideas together to shape a better city.