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The Liveable City - London 2018

Liveable City 2018

Liveable City conference in London 18-21 June, 2018

More and more people live in ever larger cities around the world. It creates a host of challenges, and it has put the question of how to create liveable cities for all on top of the international agenda.   

To help further the discussion, the Danish Embassy in UK organises The Liveable City conference in partnership with leading Danish and British stakeholders. The conference in June in London will be the 7th of its kind after successful events in Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, and London. Again, we’re looking forward to some dynamic and fruitful discussions among the foremost experts in urban development with regard to how we build the future city. We’re delighted that so many businesses, politicians, and professionals will take part in the conference’s many talks, seminars and debates.

With this Danish-British dialogue, we aim at inspiring each other to find new ways in which our cities can become better places in which to live, work and play. Now Denmark has a long tradition of creating beautiful cities with healthy residents and a high quality of living, and this Liveable City conference will be a celebration of great achievements in architecture and urban planning.

The conference’s many seminars are free and open to the public to attend.

If your company wants to present at the conference, please contact head of the trade section Mette Diego-Roll by telephone +44 (0)207 333 0220 or by email:

The themes for the upcoming seminars are:
Architecture for all – how to increase gender equality in the future city
London on the way – transport-led development
More people, less space – how to plan for densification in our big cities
District Heating – delivering affordable heat
Young and old, rich and poor - social integration in urban development
Climate Adaptation – creating flood resilient urban areas

If you want to read more about the individual seminars or want to attend, please click here: