Interviews, updates and insights from across London’s built environment. Brought to you by the London Property Alliance (CPA & WPA) – the voice of central London Real Estate.
Zero Carbon Westminster: The role of developers (WPA NextGen series episode #3)
The third episode of WPA NextGen’s podcast mini-series explores the role of developers in achieving net zero carbon with Grosvenor Britain & Ireland’s Director of Climate Positive Solutions, Andy Haigh.
Designing a Zero Carbon Westminster (WPA NextGen series episode #2)
In episode two of this WPA NextGen mini-series, Caroline Haines (WPA NextGen Committee Member and Development Manager at Derwent London) speaks with Gary Elliott (CEO and Founder of Elliott Wood Partnership Ltd, Structural Engineers) about key considerations when designing to achieve net zero carbon.
WPA NextGen Zero Carbon Westminster: Welcome to the series
Westminster Property Association's NextGen committee welcome listeners to a mini-series exploring the role of development and design in creating a sustainable, zero carbon Westminster.
London's LGBTQ+ Venues: 20 Minutes with Amy Lamé
The latest London Property Alliance podcast hears from London's first Night Czar, Amy Lamé.
In this fireside chat with Joseph Booth (London Property Alliance - Communications Executive), she discusses the crucial role LGBTQ+ venues play as safe spaces and in supporting London's ecosystem; what the built environment sector should be doing to support and protect LGBTQ+ spaces; and the initiatives being led by City Hall to ensure that London's LGBTQ+ community and included and supported.
Making Central London's built environment open to all
CPA NextGen Vice Chair Emily Laverick (Built-ID – Marketing Director) sits down with inspiring South London teacher Neil Pinder (Graveney School – Product Design and Architecture teacher) to discuss how the UK’s education system can better prepare our young people for a creative career in property; what London’s real estate companies can do to promote the sector to young and diverse students; and how we can utilise Central London’s unique urban fabric to show that #LondonIsOpen to all.
Pride in Central London's Built Environment
This London Property Alliance podcast focuses on how London’s real estate profession can improve the visibility and experiences of LGBTQ+ people in their workforce and business practices. We hear from industry experts who focus their efforts on initiatives to support the LGBTQ+ community in Central London’s built environment.