Commercial Property Resilience

Retrofit guide

With more adverse weather events affecting London, we need to ensure the city’s infrastructure, buildings and services are resilient enough in order to manage extreme situations that may be beyond our current capacity to cope. … Read more

Understanding the Ripple Effect – Anytown

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Anytown, a project led by London Resilience, is bringing together over 100 experts from over 50 London organisations to discuss the potential implications of disruption to electricity and water supply. … Read more

Adaptation Economy

Canary Wharf skyline through fog © Ian Bell

The Greater London Authority and London Climate Change Partnership have recently commissioned a study of London’s Adaptation Economy. The analysis will estimate the value of economic activities that can be defined as increasing London’s resilience to the impacts of extreme weather events and climate change. … Read more

Observing London

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Observing London builds upon LCCP’s report published in 17 July 2013 and its main recommendation: that a London Climate Data Portal should be built. Currently there is a large amount of weather data (of enormous value to a range of sectors) collected in London however despite its value it is not accessible or even available in some cases. LCCP is working to unlock this important information and create a wealth of benefits. … Read more

Retrofitting London

Colne and Mersea Tower Blocks

The amount and scale of retrofit projects being carried out in the capital presents an opportunity to ensure London’s buildings and residents are resilient to extreme weather and climate change. Understanding how climate change will impact our homes, identifying priority risks and acting on them now can save landlords, residents and local services time, money and disruption. … Read more

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