22 May 2012: 9.45 am – 1pm
Palestra – conference room 1, Blackfriars Road, Southwark
(opposite Southwark underground station)
Following on from our network meeting we will spend more time delving into the impact of the current interest in, and support for, localism on both our planning an public realm work.
With the help of a panel of expert speakers we will consider how we can take things forward and bring together planning and street projects in an area more coherently.
Draft agenda (some items to be confirmed)
9.40 Overview – Vincent Goodstadt
10.10 Impact of localism
On planning – Neil Double, London Borough of Tower Hamlets
On streets – John Dryden, London Borough of Brent (Harlesden Town Centre case study) & Barry Philips, London Borough of Harrow (Mollison Way case study)
11.40 Open discussion
Future alignment of local/neighbourhood planning and streets projects