ADAM Director Darren Price to Shape NLA 2024 New London Agenda on Retrofit & Conservation

January 22, 2024

ADAM Architecture is proud to announce that Director Darren Price has been appointed as a member of the NLA Retrofit & Conservation Expert Panel. This esteemed panel will actively contribute to shaping the NLA 2024 New London Agenda.

This will involve discussing the ongoing challenge of retrofitting and preserving London’s existing building stock, reviewing the impact of new policies in reducing carbon emissions, considering adaptive reuse and extending the life and heritage of historic buildings.

We look forward to contributing our expertise in addressing the ongoing challenges of retrofitting and conservation. We believe our involvement can play a meaningful role in improving the built environment and promoting a more sustainable future for London.

The NLA Expert Panel and New London Agenda 

The New London Agenda is a multi-year project that sets a vision for the future of London and its built environment, presenting the top issues that need to be tackled over the next London political term, and the best new ideas and solutions that will deliver New London of the future. Collaborating across all 15 Panels and with their New London Sounding Board, each panellist played a crucial role in shaping the New London Agenda, set to launch in January 2024.

This fourth cycle introduces two new panels focused on Retrofit & Conservation and Culture. All 15 Panels will continue developing the New London Agenda, actively engaging with the new Mayor of London and continuing to champion London! Panels are formed of 12-15 individuals, representing the public and private sectors across development, design, planning and construction in London, and providing a unique voice to comment on the key issues facing the capital. Members are invited to commit to joining the Panel for one year. Panels meet 3-4 times a year, setting out key lines of enquiry which shape our forward agendas and inform our year-round programmes. Reports from each meeting are shared with NLA members and the broader network, alongside a selection of contributions and viewpoints from Panel members.

Read more about the NLA Expert Panel here