Maintaining modern and sustainable infrastructure will be vital to ensuring London remains both a preeminent world city, an engine of growth and a great place to live. Investing in infrastructure in central London will be essential to driving recovery after the pandemic, unlocking the homes we need, and supporting the transition to net zero.
Central London Forward has been working with the 12 central London local authorities and other stakeholders to develop Central London’s Infrastructure Priorities. The report makes the case for investing in infrastructure in the capital, it sets out the priority projects that could help transform central London, and it explores how the infrastructure the capital needs can be delivered.
Speakers will include:
John Dickie, Chief Executive of London First
Kate Hand, Head of Climate Change at London Councils (invited)
Alex Williams, Director of City Planning at Transport for London
Thank you to our speakers and everyone that attended the launch of our Health & Social Care Outcomes Agreement on the 21st June. Just in case you missed it, you can watch the recording at your leisure below.
Thanks to our keynote speakers and panelists for their contribution to making this a successful launch.
The event focussed on transport and digital infrastructure and explored the priorities for strategic action in the following areas:
Challenges and opportunities of the extended Ultra Low Emission Zone
Quick wins for increased active travel
How to support the delivery of better broadband infrastructure
A blog reflecting on the launch of the Inclusive Growth Strategy can be found here
Thank you to everyone who came to our Skills Strategy launch, it was a great opportunity to discuss how we can collectively respond to the challenges facing the London labour market. Read the Strategy and our recommendations here: CLF Skills Strategy