London 2020 and Beyond: London Mayoral Hustings with the Built Environment Profession

Tuesday 16 February 2016,18:30-20:00
RIBA, Jarvis Auditorium, 66 Portland Place, W1B 1AD

Planning Futures is teaming up with a number of leading built environment institutions to bring you “London 2020 and beyond”.  The five main candidates for the London Mayoral Election will debate their views on the future for housing, infrastructure and growth at this Mayoral Hustings Event.

With the increasingly unaffordable cost of housing without doubt the biggest crisis facing Londoners today, how will the future Mayor deliver the housing and affordable housing that London needs? What are their policies on investment in long-term infrastructure and transport projects? As London’s population is due to top 9 million people by 2020, how will they ensure that London meets the needs of a growing population? What are their views on high-quality design, density and height, and the role of green infrastructure?

Planning Futures is delighted to bring you this event in conjunction with our prestigious co-organisers: CIOB, Landscape Institute, New London Architecture, RICS, RIBA, RTPI London, and the Urban Design Group.

Registration will open from 18:00, and the Hustings will take place from 18:30-20:00, followed by a drinks reception for further discussion and debate.

Questions will be welcomed from the floor, and questions will be invited in advance of the event.


Sian Berry, Green party London mayoral candidate
Sadiq Khan, Labour London mayoral candidate
Caroline Pidgeon, Liberal Democrat London mayoral candidate
Peter Whittle, UKIP London mayoral candidate
Representative from Conservative mayoral team
Sir Simon Jenkins (Chair)

How to book:

We have a limited number of tickets available to subscribers to the Planning Futures mailing list.  Please check our most recent newsletter for your promotional code.

Planning Futures ticket cost: £10+VAT
General admission:  £15+VAT
Student: £5+VAT

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Organised by: CIOB, Landscape Institute, New London Architecture, Planning Futures, RICS, RIBA, RTPI London, Urban Design Group.

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