Our executive policy director for housing provides an in-depth review of the government's Housing White Paper and what the implications are for London's housing.
A report with Terence O'Rourke and Wincworth Sherwood on how innovative approaches to estate regeneration can help address the housing crisis.
In the context of huge political and economic changes, we analyse new data and provide fresh insights on: access to global talent, building on our strengths in tech and innovation and addressing gaps in infrastructure and housing.
A revised version of the London 2036: Agenda for jobs and growth report, analysing new data and providing fresh insights amidst the backdrop of Brexit.
This report produced for London First by the Social Market Foundation, takes a positive but constructive look at what London's place in the UK economy could look like post-Brexit. It focuses on the big questions that need to be addressed, largely around skills and infrastructure, whilst striving to provide a catalyst for positive action.
London’s 24 hour economy could be worth nearly £30bn to the capital each year by the start of 2030, a new report launched by London First and EY reveals.
Homes for Londoners (HfL), undertaken with law firm Dentons, says that City Hall must evolve from being a body that sets strategies and distributes a small amount of government money to fund housebuilding, to instead become a more muscular body; one that rolls up its sleeves and acquires land from other public bodies, and use its compulsory purchase powers, where appropriate, to help get more homes built.
London First, Centre for London and Bloomberg Associates have set out a paper looking at a new role in City Hall: Chief Digital Officer. The report was produced in consultation with a range of business and policy leaders, and argues that the role should be focused on three themes: 1. providing policy advice and digital expertise, 2. championing a digital transformation across London government, and, 3. seeking out and sharing best practice.