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A burst of fresh thinking on increasing densities in London

07 June 2017

Movement Matters is a series of inspirational seminars, debates and workshops in the UK and USA, presented by Steer Davies Gleave, exploring how transport shapes and influences places, people and economies.

Movement Matters United Kingdom 2017

22 February 2017

 

Movement Matters is a series of inspirational seminars, debates and workshops, presented by Steer Davies Gleave, exploring how transport shapes and influences places, people and economies.

Drawing on experience from international leaders in transport, government and related industries, we share insights and debate opportunities and challenges. Our series of events spans the UK and America, with sessions planned in London, Manchester, Leeds, Los Angeles, Boston and New York.

How is London going to grow?

25 November 2016

London's population continues to grow and is expected to reach 10 million within the next 15 years, raising questions on how the capital will cope with such vast numbers.   

Redeveloping the UK’s biggest new development

27 October 2016

Unless you happen to be looking for a second hand car, the chances are you have never been to Old Oak – one of London’s most unknown, least celebrated quarters. But that is something that Victoria Hills, the CEO of the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC), is determined to change and we interviewed her on her plans.

To pedestrianise or not to pedestrianise?

25 July 2016

Oxford Street is the UK’s largest retail destination and one of the world’s premier shopping streets, with approximately 3.5 million visitors a week. The Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street area generates around £7.6 billion annually, but there are also challenges relating to the quality of the shopping experience on Oxford Street and evidence shows that these challenges are deterring people from visiting and spending longer in the area.

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