Industrial sites have many uses, from manufacturing and construction, to waste and freight consolidation, film studios, and breweries. As London has grown, demands on space including industrial land have intensified. London’s boroughs face difficult decisions between protecting jobs and businesses that service the city, and meeting the need for more homes.
The Centre for London are convening an independent, expert-led commission to provide fresh thinking on the future of London’s industrial land.
The Industrial Land Commission is chaired by Liz Peace CBE, Chair of Trustees of Centre for London and Chairman of the Old Oak and Park Royal Corporation. The work of the commissioners will be supported by a secretariat at Centre for London.
Mark Brearley, Director, Kaymet London Limited
Andrea Charlson, Senior Advisor, ReLondon
Jessica Ferm, Associate Professor, Bartlett School of Planning, University College London
Dr Stefania Fiorentino, Lecturer, Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge
David Francis, Director, West London Alliance
Caroline Harper, Chief Planning Director, Be First
Neil Impiazzi, Partnerships Development Manager, SEGRO
Paul Lewin, Planning Policy and Projects Manager, London Borough of Brent
Holly Lewis, Partner, We Made That
Gerald Mason, Senior Vice President, Tate & Lyle Sugars
Rob McNicol, Acting London Plan Team Manager, Greater London Authority
Martyn Saunders, Director, Planning, Development and Regeneration, Avison Young
Liz Peace, Chair of Trustees, Centre for London
Commissioners will meet four times over the next six months and report in late 2021.