Future Cities Forum 2017 - speakers and engagement


We are extremely grateful to our community for attending and speaking at Future Cities Forum during the last year.

Our events continue to prove to be extremely popular and the quality of research gathered has been of the highest standard. 2017 has seen debates on the future of the high street, the impact of arts and sciences on the regeneration of cities and and the development of healthy cities around the world.

Contributing organisations to seven forums (since June 2016 when Future Cities Forum was created to debate best practice in urban investment, development and regeneration) have included:

Tate Modern, the V&A, Turner Contemporary, the Royal Academy of Arts, the Museum of London, Science and Industry Museum Manchester, Historic England, the Royal Society of Arts, the Design Council, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, the Hepworth Wakefield, Swindon Museums, Ipswich and Colchester Museums, Phillips Auctioneers

City Council Directors (housing, place, regeneration, economy) from Leeds, Southampton, Cambridge, Birmingham, Liverpool, Oxford, Exeter, Milton Keynes, Gloucester, London Boroughs of Newham, Barking and Dagenham, Waltham Forest, Oldham, Swindon BC, Colchester BC, Southend-on-Sea, Luton BC, Hastings BC

Stanhope PLC, Grosvenor UK and Ireland, L&G Capital / Legal and General, M&G Real Estate, Aviva Investors, Land Securities, CEG, Native Land, Mount Anvil, Hamilton Court Developments, Igloo Regeneration, Peabody, Barratt Developments

Deloitte, EY, PwC, Knight Frank, Cushman & Wakefield, GVA

Arup, Atkins, Laing O’Rourke, the Construction Industry Council, Transport for London, Silver Springs Networks

Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, Guy's and St. Thomas Charity, Royal College of Physicians, Knowledge Quarter Liverpool, UK Health Forum

HOK Architects, Zaha-Hadid Architects, BDP, Morey Smith, Make Architects, 3XN Architects, Schulze + Grassov, Hat Projects, Sheppard Robson, Alison Brooks Architects, AHR Architects, Architects of Invention, Atkins Design

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UCL / The Bartlett, University of Hertfordshire, University of Loughborough in London, Reading University, GCU London, University of Plymouth

– and Peter Wynne Rees CBE, Andrew Graham Dixon, Patrik Schumacher and Sir Simon Jenkins.

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