London’s Housing Crisis:
‘Find the Gap’ to be exhibited at LFA Saturday 18 June 2016
As part of their contribution to solving London’s housing crisis they are exhibiting extracts from ‘Find the Gap’ research and their proposals to make London’s outer zones a more attractive, affordable and sustainable choice in which to live. They will also be transforming their offices into a journey to the unknown for London Festival of Architecture.
You will be able to negotiate the info-maze, an illustrated summary of the characteristics that define the London Transport Zones and the densities in which they live.
At the end of the maze, an interactive exhibition will encourage visitors to have their say on some of the key issues, such as the use of brownfield land, the densification of the suburbs and connectivity that we believe will play an increasingly large part in the on-going housing debate.
Adults and children alike are invited and all will be welcomed with home baked goodies and refreshments.
Inviting you to join on Saturday 18 June between 11:00-16:00 at the studio to get involved in shaping the future of London regeneration. Event being hosted by West London Business (WLB) member Child Graddon Lewis (CGL). Location: Studio 1, 155 Commercial Street, London, E1 6BJ
For more information on CGL’s services or to enquire about CGL’s teams,
please contact them on 020 7539 1200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted by WLB member Child Graddon Lewis (CGL)