LSE London has been hosting seminars, workshops, conferences and other research projects since 2005 with funding from the Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF). It all began in 2005 with a series of development workshops. All projects since have consisted of a series of conferences, workshops, seminars and publications designed to bring together stakeholders in key debates on London's economic, political and social development.
Using LSE's research strengths, extensive networks and reputation for contributing to robust public policy, these events help to transfer knowledge and expertise from universities across the UK at the point where policy formation, economic development and business activity converge around particular issues.
HEIF5: 2014-15: Housing in London- Addressing the Supply Crisis
HEIF 5: 2012- 14 Series: Migration and the Transformation of London
HEIF 4 2010-11 Series: London in the New Political and Economic Environment
HEIF 4 2011 Series: The Private Renting Sector in the UK- Lessons from abroad
HEIF 4: 2009-10 Series
HEIF 3: 2008-09 Series
HEIF 2: 2006-08 Series
HEIF 1: 2005-2006 Series