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As has been widely reported as part of the great ‘will they /won’t they return to work like before ?’ debate the City Corporation has already in 2021 given consent for 3 major new office towers as it seeks to set the scene for the supply of the next generation of fit for purpose grade A office supply to underpins London’s global city status.
In December 2020 the City Corporation introduced its latest Planning Advice Note, ’Thermal Comfort Guidelines’ in what is believed to be a world first as a further element in its package of key environmental policies to protect and enhance the built environment in the City of London.
The guidelines seek to ensure that the developers of tall and major buildings in the City do take account of the likely impact of their developments in a much broader way than previously applied and ensuring through early interrogation of the designs that they can bring improvements to the outdoor spaces created by these larger scale developments.
Join Gwyn Richards Interim Chief Planning Officer and Development Director in the Department of the Built Environment at the City of London, and Ender Ozkan Vice President of RWDI to hear how the 2 organisations worked together to produce the new guidelines for the next generation of post COVID developments in the City where the very crafting of a more nuanced mix of new office space and outdoor amenity will be fundamental to the next generation of our great City of London.

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‘Revealing the City’ | Thermal Comfort – a ground breaking initiative
Image: RWDI

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