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Lea River Park new breakfast talk, tours & exhibition

Plus:  
► Video — Borough Update: Barking & Dagenham with Cllr Darren Rodwell
► Postcards from Cannes — read our MIPIM 2017 highlights
► New London Awards — just 2 weeks left to submit your best projects





Lea River Park — a london exemplar for landscape-led development?
Extending for 3 miles along the banks of the River Lea, stretching from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to the Thames at Blackwall, The Lea River Park is an established project to create a major new park for London. This breakfast talk will hear from key stakeholders on what lessons for wider London can be learnt from the Lea River Park. What are the key drivers for landscape-led development projects across the capital? Part of 'Lea River Park: a new landscape for London’, an exhibition by London Legacy Development Corporation and the London Boroughs of Newham and Tower Hamlets.
Programme Champions: Broadgate Estates, Capco / Programme Supporters: LLDC
Friday 07 April, 08:30-09:30
Free
- CPD Accredited 

Register Here
Lea River Park Walking Tours
Visiting recently completed landscape works at Three Mills Green, Twelvetrees Crescent and Bow Creek. Hear updates on next stage projects and the impact on regeneration in the wider Lower Lea Valley area. 
Wednesday 12 April Book Here
Saturday 22 April Book Here
Lea River Park Lunchtime Talk
Curator led tour of the ‘Lea River Park’ exhibition, exploring recent and future landscape works and the future benefits and value of landscape-led development in London.
Friday 21 April, 13:15-13:45
Free

Register Here
NLA is CPD accredited 
Continuing Professional Development points are available for all NLA conferences, breakfast talks and evening PechaKucha events. 
Video
Borough Update: Barking & Dagenham
In the first episode of a new video series, NLA visits Barking & Dagenham for an update on development across this key east London borough. Hear from Darren Rodwell, Leader of the council on plans to deliver of 50,000 new residential units over the next 20 years and the launch of Be First, Barking & Dagenham’s new regeneration company.
Watch here
Exhibitions

COMING SOON Lea River Park:
a new landscape for London

This exhibition from the London Legacy Development Corporation and LB Newham and Tower Hamlets showcases current and planned landscape works leading the evolution of this former industrial backland.
06 April - 27 April
Free entry
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LAST CHANCE 
Don't Move, Improve! 2017 


Last chance to catch the exhibition of London’s 120 best-designed and most innovative home extensions.

27 January - 29 March
Free entry 

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News
NLA’s postcards from MIPIM 
This year’s MIPIM began in a sunny mood as developers, architects, agents and other city-makers packed into the London stand to hear about their city, despite the rays outside. First up for discussion was the ‘London economy: where we work’, with GVA’s Patrick O’Keeffe suggesting it was all about LUCK – location, utilisation, cost and knowledge. But diversity in our placemaking  ...read more
Sounding Board welcomes Housing White Paper’s multi-pronged approach
Government moves to improve the speed and quality of housing supply in London are a welcome and logical change of direction, focusing on several different measures including a diversified market, not just home ownership. But the measures, announced predominantly in the Housing White Paper, could be ...read more
Great Estates form single voice to stake claim for better infrastructure
The task of improving London’s digital capability whilst preventing the public realm from being continuously dug up was one of the main points on the agenda of a new group formed to galvanise growth in the capital. The group of central London’s Great Estates, old and new, was brought together by the NLA at Broadgate Estates’ Paddington HQ last week in a session chaired by Dame Judith ...read more
Call for entries
New London Awards - Open for entries
NLA’s annual New London Awards, supported by the Mayor of London celebrate London’s best new and proposed projects across all sectors of the built environment.
Supported by the Mayor of London
Sponsored by: Airflow, Ashden, Broadgate Estates, designjunction, Urban Space Management. Media Partners: On Office

Deadline for entries: Thursday 6 April, 17:00 
Find out more
NLA Recommends
Na, I Don’t Want None of That Again - Private View
23 March 18:00 - 21:00
Skip Gallery is a self-directed project from Produce UK, uniting the skills and themes that inform the agency’s work as producers, creators and placemakers. The themes of the project will embrace the urban environment and the reuse of materials. 
RSVP via skipgallery@produceuuk.com
Night Time is the Right Time ideas competition
The Built Environment Trust along with the Mayor of London are seeking ideas that could help the nightlife of cities work better – be culturally, socially, economically beneficial. 
Deadline for entries: Thursday 20 April
Find out more

 
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