Event: London Plan 2019 update, London, 7 March 2019

The new London Plan comes in force this year, with the first changes already being implemented as of January the 1st and with the full plan likely to be published in Q3. These changes are already starting to have drastic consequences on new developments.

Join Cundall on the 7th of March to discuss the key changes and milestones.

Simon Wyatt, Sustainability Partner, will delve into the key impacts of GLA’s climate change plans. This includes the move from on-site combustion to electric heat pump technologies, a requirement for whole life cycle assessment including embodied carbon, and extending the carbon tax to cover non-residential development whilst increasing the payment rates.

Mark Chapman, Director of Air Quality, will outline the implications of the new Air Quality requirements. He will focus on the change in emphasis from ‘air quality neutral’ developments to ‘air quality positive’.

Neil McAlpine, Director of Transportation, will set out the GLA’s vision for London’s transport network for 2030 and beyond. The changes will have an impact on the focus of future developments and their interaction with the urban form as well as having significant impacts on transport related energy requirements.

Date: Thursday 7 March 2019
Time: 8-10am
Venue: Farmers and Fletchers, 3 Cloth St, London EC1A 7LD

8.00am: Networking breakfast
8.30am: Talk and discussion
9.30am: Networking coffee

We also offer in-house talks. Please contact Audrey Martin for further information on this event.
Audrey Martin
02074 438 1747

Please click on the link below to view the presentation. 

One Carter Lane

Designing for health and wellbeing

We often talk about wellbeing, health and happiness, in relation to our personal lives. However, there has been a growing awareness and interest in the importance of providing healthy and productive environments for building occupants.

Read more
Neil McAlpine Scottish Build
Knowledge hub

Guest Speaker: Scotland Build Expo, Glasgow, 20-21 March 2019

Neil McAlpine, Director of Transportation, is speaking at the Scottish Build Expo, BIM and Digital Construction Summit on 21 March at 14.00.


Read more
Transport Planners

Transport Planning - where did it all go wrong?

Transport Planners have historically prioritised the car over every other mode of transport. This legacy is one we are trying to change

Read more

Our people sit at the very heart of what we do at Cundall. Our mission is to provide great opportunities for great people, create fantastic built environments and leave a positive legacy for our communities.

It is the knowledge and expertise of our people which helps us to do this; our commitment to recruiting and nurturing great talent is what has made us successful for the last 40 years and it remains critical to our future plans.

At Cundall, we place special importance on our early careers professionals (graduates, apprentices, interns and more), understanding that they are the future of our business and the key to our long-term, sustainable growth. 

Learn more about we do and how you can build your career at Cundall

Cundall's expertise extends to all major markets, so we have a deep understanding of the specific issues, constraints and opportunities facing our clients' market sectors.

Our team of creative engineers draw on our accumulated knowledge to devise the best possible solutions for your project in a fully integrated and cost-effective way.

About us

Established in the UK 40 years ago, Cundall has developed into an international multi-disciplinary consultancy operating from over 20 locations across the globe.