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Centre For London

Centre For London

Centre For London

The Centre for London, a politically independent think-tank focused on the big challenges facing the UK's capital. Director Ben Rogers tweets from @ben_rog

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Centre For London

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London, United Kingdom

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About us

Centre for London exists to develop new ways of addressing the key challenges facing London and to foster fresh thinking on its future. It achieves this through its events and research and by working with government, business and third sector leaders, and through public engagement. Centre for London was established in 2011, becoming a registered charity and independent organisation in 2013.

This is an exciting time for a young organisation. The Centre has been warmly welcomed across the capital and has worked in partnership with the city’s business groups, charities, campaign organisations and national and London government, and has quickly established a reputation for producing influential research and high profile events.


What's so exciting about us?

Working for Centre for London means not only being part of the growth and development of a great organisation; it also means having the chance to shape the future of London and other world cities.

Our research has secured media attention locally and nationally, and been referenced at local and national government level. Speakers at our events have included Andrew Adonis, Tony Blair, Vince Cable,  Sebastian Coe, Sir Peter Hendy, Michael Heseltine, Boris Johnson, Tessa Jowell and Ken Livingstone, and leading city thinkers including Richard Florida, Bruce Katz, and Ed Glaeser.

We're sure there's lots more to come.

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