London’s streets are getting busier with ever greater demands placed on them to provide a safe and welcoming environment for our residents and visitors alike. Well designed, clutter free streets help people to move around easily and enjoy the sights and attractions the capital has to offer. TfL and the boroughs have been working together […]
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.
Fellowships for pure research in science and engineering, applied research in industry, studentships in industrial design and Special Awards.
Are New Residential Streets Good Enough? – 21 April from 10.30am To book please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org With the Manual for Streets well established, new national planning guidance on street design included on the governments planning portal and all sorts of good ideas coming forward on residential design – are the […]
We are looking for an innovative, enthusiastic and hard working intern to join the team. The person will attend and help deliver our events and will have the opportunity to learn about planning, housing, highway and public space design thinking and best practice in London. A strong interest in urban design and a willingness to […]
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 […]