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Off-Site Programs

Off-site programs take place in buildings, urban spaces, and key developments throughout London on Thursday, 26 September. Conference attendees can join up to two of the below programs, offered in the morning and/or afternoon. Attendees will learn about location-specific themes through engaging presentations, followed by extensive tours of the sites, led by professionals who were involved in realizing the projects.

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120 and 50 Fenchurch, 1 Undershaft Proposal

Unlocking the Potential of Unique and Historic Sites 

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Adelaide House

Bringing New Life to a Listed Building

Battersea Power Station Development

The Ultimate in Regeneration

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City of London Walking Tour

Inside the City Within the City

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Elephant and Castle Town Centre Redevelopment

Creating a Focal Point for an Established Community 

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The Leadenhall Building and Lloyds of London

Two Examples of Innovative, Flexible Workplaces

The 50-story Leadenhall Building is 224.5m tall (802 ft) tall and is the third tallest in the City of London. Its distinctive tapering form is inspired by a requirement to respect a protected view of St Paul’s Cathedral from Fleet Street. The building’s exposed structure defines the edge of the floor plates and dramatically reduces the number of internal columns to provide maximum flexibility. A detached north-facing tower contains a color-coded circulation and servicing core. 80% of the ground floor is open to the public offering passers-by a rare breathing space in the city’s dense urban fabric.

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Paddington Square

Getting Transit Oriented Development Right and Reinvigorating a Neighborhood

The Shard

Crystal-Clear Regeneration Potential, Realized 

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