The year ahead is going to fall between two key elections, the General Election and the London Mayoral Election. For our new training programme we have turned back to our original focus on practitioner skills; running events on core planning, design, highway and urban regeneration skills. If you want to know how to measure urban […]
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.
We are very pleased to present this new sourcebook. It provides observations and case studies on the new generation of council built homes now being built in London. Download it here Estate Regen Sourcebook Web Version We will be sending out hard copies to our members over the next couple of weeks. If you don’t […]
Site Visit 375 Kensington High Street 9:15am -1:30pm Wednesday 25th February 2015 In partnership with Berkeley Group, we are pleased to invite you to a very exciting seminar and site visit to 375 Kensington High Street. We have a full morning with speakers helping us to understand the complexities of developing a mixed use, mixed […]
Slow Streets Sourcebook Slow Streets Sourcebook illustrates a range of traffic calming measures which reduce traffic speeds and improve the quality of place. It provides a ‘quick reference’ for street designers and pulls together ideas and examples that have been implemented in various parts of London and elsewhere in the UK. The Sourcebook is intended […]
UDL manages the Built for Life 12 assessments of London schemes. We will be running assessment days on 13 May 2015, 2 July 2015, 11 November 2015, 21 January 2016. For more information and to book a slot please email. If neccessary more dates can be discussed.