Event Organiser: ICE

The next 200 years: Transforming London for the future - building a healthy, inclusive London


  • Lecture
  • London
  • 17 September 2018
  • 18:30 - 20:00
What does it take to build a healthy, inclusive city?

About this event

London's population is expected to continue to grow to previously unseen levels - with over 11 million people predicted to live in the city by 2015. It is essential that we accommodate this growing population in a way that improves quality of life for all Londoners.

The Mayor of London has clearly set high intentions to make London healthier, safer and more welcoming. Advances like electric autonomous vehicles will help improve out air quality and enable the development of more people centric spaces.

This lecture will look at the role of civil engineers in creating a healthy and inclusive London.


Confirmed speakers:

Dr Gregory Burke
Head of Employment and Discrimination Law, Chambers of Collingwood Thompson QC.

Katie Wood
Director, Arup

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Nalini Solanki

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