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Date updated: 5/17/2022

The Square Mile: Future City outlines plans to create the world’s most inclusive, innovative and sustainable business ecosystem: an attractive place to invest, work, live and visit.

This event, accompanying the report's launch, outlined the recommendations and actions from the City of London Corporation’s Recovery Taskforce, followed by a panel discussion and an audience Q&A.

The City of London Corporation’s Chair of Policy and Resources, Catherine McGuinness sets out the City Corporation’s vision for the Square Mile, and provides the context for the recommendations made

Alderman William Russell previews the reopening of the Square Mile, and looks ahead: from the short term bounceback as restrictions ease, and into a reimagined normality over the medium term.

The City of London Corporation’s Planning and Transportation Chair, Alastair Moss, gives his closing comments on the new report The Square Mile: Future City and the Corporation's five-year action plan.

Moderated by Bloomberg’s Stephanie Flanders, a panel featuring:

  • Sharon Ament, Director, Museum of London
  • Sherry Coutu, Entrepreneur and Angel Investor
  • Melanie Eusebe, Chair and Co-founder, Black British Business Awards
  • Danny Lopez, CEO, Glasswall
  • John Romeo Managing Partner and Head, Oliver Wyman Forum

discusses the future of the Square Mile and how it is changing.

How can we put inclusion, innovation and sustainability at the heart of the future City? How has the pandemic accelerated change? And how can the City evolve to remain a world leading destination for visitors, workers, investors, developers and more?