Ben Rogers is the director of Centre for London and a writer and policy thinker, with a particular focus on cities, citizenship, social capital, public service reform and the built environment. Prior to founding Centre for London in 2011, he was an associate director of Institute for Public Policy Research from 2003 to 2007 and has subsequently led strategy teams in Haringey Council, the Department for Communities and Local Government and The Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit. He is the author of several acclaimed books, including A J Ayer: A Life and Beef and Liberty, and is an experienced journalist and broadcaster. He has been involved in many London-focused initiatives and sat on both the first and second London Finance Commission.
Events featuring this speaker
Lord Heseltine talks about his vision for cities for the future and Ben Rogers discusses the potential of a parliament of mayors.