On 3 July the WestWorks at White City Place will host the ninth Future Cities Forum ‘Intelligent Cities’.
The forum, which was created in 2016 to debate best models for collaboration in the planning and design of our cities, will be discussing how the use of data is becoming crucial in informing our decisions about city planning and transport. It will also debate best practice in the creation of new urban neighbourhoods, with a focus on work / live / learn knowledge hubs and how new models for workspace are changing the way we develop cities.
Theo Blackwell, Chief Digital Officer at the London Mayor’s office will be leading discussions on the first panel, with Rachel Fisher, Director for Regeneration and Infrastructure in the Cities and Local Growth Unit at the Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government joining the final panel.
Developers Stanhope and Mitsui Fudosan will also be speaking about the redesign of Television Centre and the creation of the mixed-use White City Place, which is part of the wider regeneration of the Shepherd’s Bush area.
The audience will be made up of councils, investors, developers, planners and architects.