Futures London Housing
The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and Mæ Architects, Urban designers and researchers are collaborating on this project to reach young Londoners.

Mae Architects: We design buildings that seek to address today’s urban, social and environmental challenges.
We have been commissioned by the Mayor of London to develop new Housing Design Guidance for London, which will advocate the best solutions for well-designed housing in the city. We are working alongside the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust to find young Londoners to help us in this endeavour.

Like the Mayor of London, we want this guide to ensure excellent housing is being built and that London’s available land is used to its optimum potential. Your opinions, those of the future generations of London, are enriching and invaluable to our development of this work.

Please answer either one or both of the questions above in 250 words then we want you to apply with your answer for a chance to join the Mayor’s Housing Design Guidance team at City Hall for a workshop.

This workshop will be open, frank and enlivening. We will present our ideas on emerging housing design and invite your views on how your city and communities may be affected by either significant regeneration or by the changes that smaller infill housing may bring.

Your input will not only help inform the Housing Design Guidance, the feedback from the workshop could be documented and published as part of the guidance.

Apply to take part in the Futures London Workshop at City Hall by Friday 24th August for the workshop on Wednesday 29th August. Successful applicants will be notified on Monday 27th.


Time & date of workshop: Wednesday 29th August 2018; 2 - 5.30pm

Please only use a 250 word count for each question

1. What does the future of housing in London mean to you? *
Your answer
2. What do you think is the most important thing new housing can do to improve quality of life? *
Your answer
3. How did you hear about this project *
4. Email address *
Your answer
5. Which Borough do you live in?
Your answer
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