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Redrawing the Map of      London
8, 174, 100
LONDON
LONDON ECONOMY
LONDON METRO REGION -19.0mMetro Population       DENSITY8,326Avg. density central areaof 10 km radius [pers./sqkm]17,324Ma...
URBAN DENSITY NEW YORK   SHANGHAI     MUMBAISÃO PAULO     ISTANBUL   LONDON
National UrbanPolicy Context
LONDON GOVERNANCE
LONDON POPULATION OVER         TIME
EMPLOYMENT ANDPOPULATION GROWTH
THE LONDON PLAN context• By 2031 there could be:   –   1.3 million more Londoners   –   0.8 million more households   –   ...
THE LONDON PLAN context: distribution of         population growth
THE LONDON PLAN context: distribution of         employment growth
THE LONDON PLAN context: distribution of deprivation
THE LONDON PLAN: Opportunity & Intensification Areas
CROSS RAIL
LONDON DENSITY GRADIENT  WORKPLACES  RESIDENTS
London wins the 2012 Games, July 2005 (7 years to go)
To see London’s future, look East
Queen Elizabeth                        Olympic Park              3 milesWestEnd    The       City                        C...
Index of Multiple Deprivation, 2007
200528
The Site– Olympic park site (546 hectares) assembled, remediated,  prepared for development on time and budget– 425 reside...
2012
2025
London LegacyDevelopmentCorporation• a landowner• a investor/developer• an estate manager• a planning authority• a plannin...
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
The Development Corporation area
The Lower Lea Valley
East London’s major growth hubs
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
Andy Altman | Redrawing the Map of London | Global Cities Initiative
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  1. 1. Redrawing the Map of London
  2. 2. 8, 174, 100
  3. 3. LONDON
  4. 4. LONDON ECONOMY
  5. 5. LONDON METRO REGION -19.0mMetro Population DENSITY8,326Avg. density central areaof 10 km radius [pers./sqkm]17,324Max. Density [pers./sqkm]
  6. 6. URBAN DENSITY NEW YORK SHANGHAI MUMBAISÃO PAULO ISTANBUL LONDON
  7. 7. National UrbanPolicy Context
  8. 8. LONDON GOVERNANCE
  9. 9. LONDON POPULATION OVER TIME
  10. 10. EMPLOYMENT ANDPOPULATION GROWTH
  11. 11. THE LONDON PLAN context• By 2031 there could be: – 1.3 million more Londoners – 0.8 million more households – 0.7 million more jobs – 4 million more trips per day (2023)• And need for – 34,900 more homes – 1,3-2.2 m sq ft of office space in central London alone – 1.3 – 2.2 m sq ft of comparison retail space – 40,000 more hotel bedrooms
  12. 12. THE LONDON PLAN context: distribution of population growth
  13. 13. THE LONDON PLAN context: distribution of employment growth
  14. 14. THE LONDON PLAN context: distribution of deprivation
  15. 15. THE LONDON PLAN: Opportunity & Intensification Areas
  16. 16. CROSS RAIL
  17. 17. LONDON DENSITY GRADIENT WORKPLACES RESIDENTS
  18. 18. London wins the 2012 Games, July 2005 (7 years to go)
  19. 19. To see London’s future, look East
  20. 20. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 3 milesWestEnd The City Canary Wharf
  21. 21. Index of Multiple Deprivation, 2007
  22. 22. 200528
  23. 23. The Site– Olympic park site (546 hectares) assembled, remediated, prepared for development on time and budget– 425 residents and 35 traveller families relocated– 198 businesses previously located on the site relocated and assisted: 98% jobs retained within East London
  24. 24. 2012
  25. 25. 2025
  26. 26. London LegacyDevelopmentCorporation• a landowner• a investor/developer• an estate manager• a planning authority• a planning and regeneration agency• an events promoter• an employer
  27. 27. The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
  28. 28. The Development Corporation area
  29. 29. The Lower Lea Valley
  30. 30. East London’s major growth hubs
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