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MIPIM 14–17 March 2017

Lucy Musgrave has been invited by the New West End Company to speak at MIPIM - a 4-day real estate exhibition, conference and networking event at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France. 

– 14 March - Lucy will attend 'The Westminster Lunch', hosted by the Westminster Property Association and New West End Company, to discuss what London should be doing to maintain its standing as a global city. The event will also feature WPA Chairman and Director of Central London, The Crown Estate James Cooksey, Westminster City Council Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Business Cllr Robert Davis, GLA Deputy Mayor Jules Pipe and Levy Senior Equity Partner Simon Tann. 

– 14 March - Lucy will speak at the 'New West End Dinner' about the plans for transformational change across Oxford Street. 

– 15 March - Lucy will be a panelist for a discussion on placemaking called 'Global Placemaking / Smart Cities Cracked', hosted by the Evening Gazette at the NLA Discussion Forum. 

– 15 March - During an evening reception called 'Welcome to the West End - Preparing for Crossrail 2018', Lucy will present alongside NWEC Chairman Sir Peter Rogers, GLA Deputy Mayor Jules Pipe, Westminster City Council Cllr Robert Davis, and Grosvenor Britain & Ireland Chief Executive Craig McWilliam on how the West End can contribute to London’s success. 

Date: 14 March 2017

The Big Debate

Lucy Musgrave was a featured panelist in 'The Big Debate' a lively event which brought together experts in policy and urban environments for discussion on the next London Plan. 

Lucy spoke on a panel with Ben Plowden, Loyd Grossman and Oliver Wainwright in a session focused on ‘How can we deliver better streets and public spaces?’ Throughout the event topics where hotly contested and the audience contributed through Q&As and live mobile voting. 

For more information or to see the full recording of the event click here.

Posted in: Events, Recent News
Date: 6 February 2017

Is London still the cultural centre of architecture?

Alex Arestis participated in an architecture talk called ‘Dead Centre’, part of Twins Talks - a new series recently launched by Brighton University. The talks "explore difficult alliances, strange bedfellows and new relationships." The aim of the discussions is to "bring together very different people, organisations and ideas to explore differences as well as cultivate common ground."

On 26th January, Alex was “twined” with Piers Taylor of Invisible Studio, Lee Ivett of Baxendale and Kate Goodwin of the Royal Academy to debate whether London is still the cultural centre of architecture or whether London’s financialisation is killing its culture. 

Alex defended London’s position as a cultural leader throughout a thought-provoking conversation. For more information click here.

Posted in: Events, Recent News
Date: 3 February 2017