Events

‘Game Changer’ for Housing Supply: Chris Hamnett’s Thoughts

On 10 December, LSE London held a debate and expert panel further to explore the issues constraining the supply of housing in London. Our five panellists were each asked to respond to the following question: What are the two or three changes/innovations you think could ‘change the game’ and accelerate new housing development in London? Chris Hamnett, Professor of Geography at King’s College London, was one of our five panellists. His response is available… Read More

‘Game Changer’ for Housing Supply: Paul Cheshire’s Thoughts

On 10 December, LSE London held a debate and expert panel further to explore the issues constraining the supply of housing in London. Our five panellists were each asked to respond to the following question: What are the two or three changes/innovations you think could ‘change the game’ and accelerate new housing development in London? Paul Cheshire, Emeritus Professor of Economic Geography at LSE, was one of our five panellists. His response is available… Read More

‘Game Changer’ for Housing Supply: David Lammy’s Thoughts

On 10 December, LSE London held a debate and expert panel further to explore the issues constraining the supply of housing in London. Our five panellists were each asked to respond to the following question: What are the two or three changes/innovations you think could ‘change the game’ and accelerate new housing development in London? David Lammy, MP for Tottenham was one of our five panellists. His response is available in the following… Read More

‘Game Changer’ for Housing Supply: Jo Negrini’s Thoughts

On 10 December, LSE London held a debate and expert panel further to explore the issues constraining the supply of housing in London. Our five panellists were each asked to respond to the following question: What are the two or three changes/innovations you think could ‘change the game’ and accelerate new housing development in London? Jo Negrini, Executive Director of Development and Environment for the London Borough of Croydon was one of our… Read More

Workshop: Accommodating ‘Generation Rent’ – how to overcome barriers to institutional investment in London’s private rented sector

On 3 December 2014, a group of experts including operators large private rented sector (PRS) developments, academics and representatives of landlords, real estate consultancies and NGOs met at the LSE for workshop on maintaining and increasing the supply of PRS housing in London. The following blog post summarises the key themes that emerged from the workshop: Maintaining and increasing the supply of private rented housing in London The UK’s capital city is also the… Read More

Profile: Millbrook Park, Barnet

On the 27th of November, a team of researchers from LSE travelled to Millbrook Park in North Barnet to learn more about how barriers to development are being overcome at complex sites across London. The development had been discussed at the 29th October workshop on accelerating new housing production in London as an example of a large site where innovative strategies like partnership working and strategic parcelling of sites was facilitating the… Read More

Profile: Ailsa Street, Tower Hamlets

On the 26th of November, a small group of housing stakeholders and LSE London researchers visited the Ailsa Street site in Tower Hamlets to learn more about how one borough is overcoming barriers to increasing housing supply. The site visit offered a chance to continue the discussion started at our 29th October workshop. David Williams, Deputy Service Head of Planning & Building Control at Tower Hamlets, and a team from the council’s… Read More

Workshop: Accelerating new housing production in London – what works?

This reflective blog summarises the major topics covered at our 29 October ‘New Housing and the London Plan’ workshop.

Project launch: an introduction to our four main themes

The project was launched on the 17th September at an event attended by over 70 people, including local councillors, MPs, academics, and representatives from charities, consultancies, and private sector institutions.

Launch Event: Thematic Briefing Notes

The briefing notes from our launch event can be accessed through the following link.