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Spaces to Think \

Innovation Districts and the Changing Geography of London's Knowledge Economy

How are London's university-led innovation districts evolving and how might they and others be encouraged to grow? The &\also thinktank collaborated with Centre for London to produce this ground-breaking study.

&\also provided evidence through in-depth audit and analysis of the economic, networking and physical assets of twelve higher education-based innovation districts across London. OMS/BRES data, patent registration information and morphological indicators combined to provide a spatial dimension to understanding the characteristics of successful innovation districts.

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Companies and institutions are revaluing proximity, authenticity and flexibility – and increasingly want places of dense urban space, a mixed urban fabric and buildings that can evolve.

Project Summary

  • Project name: Spaces to Think
  • Location: London, UK
  • Sectors: Workplace, Education
  • Type: Regeneration

Project Team

Collaborator: Centre for London

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