Rising land values and the demand to increase density are leading architects and developers to explore the potential of sites that might once have been thought unviable. As a result designers must contend with challenges ranging from the concerns of existing communities or the constraints imposed by planning policy to the impact of noise or pollution from nearby infrastructure, or simple lack of access.
Join Architecture Today, Schueco and three distinguished presenters to discuss the challenge of unlocking potential on difficult sites.
Chloe Phelps, head of design at Croydon Council's property development company Brick by Brick, and its design studio Common Ground Architecture
- developing small and infill sites in South London
Luke Tozer, co-founding director of Pitman Tozer Architects
- contending with a harsh environment at The Reach in Thamesmead
Frederic Paulus Akuffo, managing director, Autor Architecture
- unlocking additional Gross Development Value through ingenuity and negotiation