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The City Dilemma: Have we reached the Limits of Growth? (1)

Wednesday, 09 November 2016 at 6:15PM - 8:30PM
Colliers, 50 George St, London, W1U 7GA
RTPI London

Our future is urban, and with 1.5 million people added to the global urban population every week, the rise of cities continues to accelerate and fascinate alike. But can this economic growth continue forever in the face of finite resources? Do we need to reconsider how our cities should be growing in the future? And what would ‘good growth’ look like in practice?



 Chair: Zoe Green (RTPI London / PwC)

Andrew Lilico (Europe Economics)

Jonathan Essex (Green House)