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We aim to help practitioners create and maintain well-designed, good quality places. We do this by offering training, advice, networking events, design surgeries and online resource.

UDL is supported by Transport for London and we work very closely with these organisations, helping to ensure our training and networking services reflect the most up to date policies, research, best practice examples and funding criteria.

We have been effective in playing a significant role in increasing skills and directly improving the quality of places. We are not a commercial training provider and work hard to ensure all income we receive is used to support our members.

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Leonard Circus in Action

Here are some videos from the very interesting shared space/deregulated space/ civilised junction – what ever you want to call it in Hackney near Old Street. Taken on 3rd June 2015. The scheme, designed and delivered by LB Hackney has bedded down now. We watched cars, taxis, big lorries, cyclists, pedestrians even a dog move […]

Cycling in Kensington

A little video of the ultimate ‘primary position’ when cycling in London, i.e. on the wrong side of the street.  See how the big lorry stops for this gentelman click Cycling  to view

Technology, Innovation and the Built Environment – a Series of Events

We are running a series of events on Innovation in the City in the first week in September. Please find details below! This event is free to attend for all, please circulate amongst your networks. It is a great opportunity to learn and network about these new initiatives. To book a place please email info@urbandesignlondon.com […]

We are recruiting

Looking for someone to lead on our hosuing related work.  Deadline 17th July. https://tfl.taleo.net/careersection/external/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=016185

Spaces Available 21 July Network Meeting

Network Meeting: Smart Cities, What Type of Technology can Help us? 21st July For enquiries and to book a place please email: info@urbandesignlondon.com We all know there are teams of young, energetic and clever people somewhere east of Farringdon who are changing the world with their apps, big data and fancy software. But are we built […]

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