Panel talks on London’s future

Two events held today round off Debate London, a series of debates on the future of London.

Two events held today round off Debate London, a series of debates on the future of London.

Organised by The Architecture Foundation, the series discusses the challenges and opportunities facing London as its economic and cultural boom continues to roll.

Generation London, taking place at 1.30pm at Tate Modern, is a youth debate giving up to 200 young people from London’s schools a chance to talk about how they envisage the future of the capital.

Columnist Zoe Williams, author Marina Benjamin and Sally Tallant, head of education and public programmes at the Serpentine Gallery, are set to headline the debate.

Today’s second event, Can London Be Both Big and Beautiful?, also hosted by Tate Modern, kicks off at 7.30pm.

Chaired by journalist Janet Street-Porter, the evening features architects Richard Rogers and Rem Koolhaas, writer Shumon Basar, and historian and columnist Tristram Hunt.

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