On 27 November, a network of influential leaders and policy experts will gather at the Southbank Centre for the London Conference 2012. The conference asks how London can build on the success of the Olympics to ensure it remains a world-class player on a global stage, and how will the urban development of East London ensure jobs and desirable places for London’s people. The event will present a range of policy ideas and solutions for London and the latest global research and intelligence on cities. Speakers include Richard Florida, Lord Richard Rogers, Tony Travers of LSE London and Professor Ricky Burdett of LSE Cities.
For the full programme, visit the website: http://www.londonpolicyconference.com
LSE Cities has been offered a number of volunteering places at the conference. However, as of 1 November 2012, all these places are now taken. Any further names will be added to a reserve list and we’ll be in touch if anyone drops out. If you have any queries please contact Tessa Norton on email@example.com.
London Conference 2012
Presented by Centre for London and IPPR.
8.30am – 5.30pm
Southbank Centre, London SE1