Community has risen up the agenda as a result of the current crisis. Peter Murray talks Helen Joscelyne of Derwent London about how the developer communicates with and supports local communities.
Chairman of the City of London’s Planning and Transportation Committee Alastair Moss talks to Peter Murray about the Corporation’s transport strategy as workers return to the Square Mile, about the level of applications coming before the committee and about the public inquiry on The Tulip.
Ruth Duston runs Primera which manages Business Improvement Districts across London from Cheapside to Hampstead, Victoria to the Eastern Cluster. She talks to Peter Murray about the role of BIDS in supporting local areas during these difficult times.
As the British Government announces the procedures for getting us back to work, Douglas Newkirk, Design Director at Gensler in Shanghai, talks to Peter Murray about what coming out of lockdown is like in the city and about the controls and tracking systems that keep COVID-19 in check.
Design Principal of HOK, David Weatherhead, talks about the role of design in our recovery from the impacts of coronavirus pandemic, how we design for social distancing and lessons to be learnt in the design of healthcare facilities.
Peter Murray talks to Stuart Baillie, Head of Planning at Knight Frank about the NLA Tall Buildings Report 2020, which looks at the future of tall buildings in London and identifies key trends emerging from analysis of the pipeline.
Peter Murray talks to Sara Bailey, Head of Real Estate at Trowers and Hamlins. Sara specialises in development, regeneration, PPP projects, partnerships and joint ventures. She talks about the impact of COVID-19 and its ramifications in the future.
Peter Murray talks to the most important woman in the City of London – Catherine McGuinness, Chair of the Policy and Resources Committee, about globalisation and the role of the financial sector in our national recovery as well as the Square Mile’s transport and culture strategies.
Susan Freeman speaks to British designer Thomas Heatherwick. He explains how his approach to design has developed over time and shares his experience of leading the design process, and facilitating global collaboration, from his bedroom, during the national lock-down.