Join us on our guided cycle ride as we head east along Cycle Super Highway 2. We will take in the Olympic Park and visit brand new cycle infrastructure delivered as part of Walthamstow’s on-going Mini-Holland project.
Please note there are limited spaces available for this event and delegates must be able to cycle safely. Cycle hire is available if needed.
Site Visit: Streets
Join us on a tour of street schemes in the City and beyond. We will take in the gyratory removal schemes at Archway and the soon to be completed scheme at Aldgate where we will look at the site and understand the plans for its improvement. We’ll also look at the radical reworking of some of the areas junctions, including Leonards’ Circus. Our knowledgeable guides will be on hand to discuss the challenges, design approach, material choices and detailing involved in liberating road space for pedestrians.
Please note there are limited spaces available for this event.
Considering how to make best use of data, technology enhanced plans and planning documents that focus on a place; whether it is a development brief, neighbourhood plan or masterplan. We will discuss what the point of a plan is, can we do it better and what information is really needed to create a successful plan?
- What information do we need to create a successful Plan? Graham Saunders (Historic England) & Euan Mills (Future Cities Catapult)
- How can we do smarter planning? James Harris, Royal Town Planning Institute
- How can gaming technology be applied for good growth? Raju Pookottil, Zmapping Ltd
A built environment perspective on how communities, places, activities and economies differ across London, how they are changing and how those managing and changing the city should respond to this.
- Where and how did it all begin? London’s growth and its historic treasurers – Historic England
- Do we need to reform London’s governance? Emeritus Professor Ian Gordon, LSE
- Understanding London’s population & social geography trends – Michael Edwards, UCL
- Has London’s natural environment coped? Mike Waller, London Wildlife Trust