CRP’s Final LiveShare Session: The Future Functionality and Potential of London’s Centres15th December 2020 / Posted by Rachael Aldridge
CRP’s Final LiveShare Session: The Future Functionality and Potential of London’s Centres
Join us at 2pm this Thursday (17th) for CRP’s FINAL LiveShare in the series – The Future Functionality and Potential of London’s Centres – which will cover how we can ensure that key economic, cultural, and social central London hubs evolve and secure a prosperous, environmentally sustainable future.
We will be joined by:
- Alastair Moss – Deputy for Ward of Cheap at the City of London Corporation, who will be presenting a pre-recorded session on the City of London’s recovery from the pandemic, actions that can be taken now to support a recovery, and their City Plan 2036 on futureproofing the City covering; flexible office spaces, pedestrianisation, freight consolidation, air quality, traffic and much more.
- Matthew Dillon – Associate Director at Arup, who will be introducing their policy-orientated research study for the Greater London Authority on the economic futures of the Central Activities Zone.
- Rachael Aldridge – CRP Project Officer, who will be speaking about CRP’s exciting new research project into the Roles for London’s Centres, discussing opportunities and plans for discovering London’s Centres’ strong and green recovery from the pandemic.
All of our LiveShares are posted on our YouTube channel for you to view and share whenever you like. Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn to receive upcoming events in 2021. We hope to see you very soon!
All LiveShares are funded by Defra and are delivered as part of CRP’s Clean Air Villages 3 programme.
For more information, please contact CRP Project Officer Rachael Aldridge.