New London Architecture

Located at The Building Centre in central London, New London Architecture is a focus for the debate and discussion of issues facing architecture, planning, development and construction in the capital.

At the heart of the displays is a giant 1:1200 scale interactive model of central London encompassing Paddington in the west to the Royal Docks in the east, Battersea in the south to King's Cross in the north.

New and proposed projects are highlighted so visitors can keep up to date with London's changing skyline. Other permanent displays look at major issues facing the capital and the regeneration of London boroughs.

A year-round programme of conferences, talks, round-table discussions and exhibitions attracts leading decision-makers in London government, property, planning and design. This broad audience of architects, engineers, developers, agents, planners, councillors, officers and community provides an unrivalled environment for discussion and learning.

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