Sponsored by Transport for London and realised with
the support of:
Surrounding the symposium theatre, you’ll find an exhibition
of brands looking to improve our built environment and public
spaces through new technologies, products and services.
TfL is a member of the GLA group and we are responsible for
implementing the Mayor’s Transport Strategy. Leveraging
our position as one of London’s largest landowners, we are
developing our land holdings to deliver homes and jobs, a
better public transport experience, and the Healthy Streets
By March 2021, TfL and its partners will have started
construction on property development sites that will deliver
over 10,000 new homes and more than a million square feet
of offices, shops and workspace. Of the homes brought to
market after May 2016, at least 50% will be affordable.
With an increasing focus on Built Build to Rent developments
and strong market interest in our sites, we will deliver a
long-term and sustainable stream of revenue to support the
broader business, including programmes such as step-free
access and bus fleet electrification. At the same time, we will
be implementing a comprehensive new strategy for energy
sourcing and generation, bringing down the future operating
cost of London’s transport network.
The network will also become more focused on people.
Through the Healthy Streets Approach, we will make London’s
streets greener, safer, and more comfortable, placing
pedestrians and cyclists at the heart of London’s transport
network. By prioritising active travel, TfL will make London
more sustainable, liveable, and inclusive for all Londoners.
We have an ambitious programme – and TfL wants to work
with local authorities, land owners, and the best companies in
the industry to make the most of this opportunity.
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We have joined forces with Vision London for 2019
in a partnership that will address the key issues
facing the design and construction industry
today - Vision@Futurebuild will provide you with
a London focused, CPD accredited symposium,
alongside an extensive networking opportunity.
Transport for London
The future vision for London...
Future resilience lies in our urban environments
and London’s population is projected to increase
to almost 11 million by 2040. Creating a ‘London’
that works for all Londoners means addressing a
number of interconnected and critical issues and
it has never been more pressing to explore these
challenges and provide ways of delivering results
that make a positive impact London, as well as
the wider environment and society.
As part of the collaboration between Futurebuild and
Vision, leading speakers from the urban design and
architectural world and will discuss and debate the
future vision for London. These will focus on the key
themes of The London Plan to ensure that London is:
• A city aiming to achieve long term resilience
• A city that meets the challenges of economic and
• A city of varied, strong, secure and accessible
neighbourhoods with good quality homes for all
• A city that recognises the value of the natural
• A city that enhances the health of its citizens through
good planning and design of its buildings, streets and
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