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Our events programme includes a wide range of seminars, debates, network meetings and practical hands-on workshops for your continual professional development.

Our training sessions are open to all of our subscribing members. Interested in becoming a member? Please send us an email.

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Wed 04/09/19
Related Events: Streets

A guided site visit to see first-hand Kingston’s recently completed mini-Holland schemes and look at how they work in practice and what we can learn from them – led by Kingston’s very own Chloe Clay and Jean-Christophe Chassard.

Learning Outcomes

  • How to design a street for multiple users
  • How cycling streets contribute to Healthy Streets
  • How small interventions can have big impacts

Time: Half Day

Venue: Meet at Kingston Station

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Thu 05/09/19
Palestra
Related Events: Greening

The London Plan introduces an Urban Greening Factor that aims to accelerate the amount of high quality green infrastructure provided by all major developments. This session will explore how it works and the tools available to help you make urban greening design choices that meet local needs.
 
The workshop will be led by Peter Massini, Abby Crisostomo and Samantha Davenport from the GLA's Green Infrastructure Team and is best suited to planners and other professionals involved in the planning process or urban design.

Agenda:

  • Greening a Growing City – Peter Massini, GLA 
  • Green Infrastructure tools and data – Abby Crisostomo, GLA 
  • Workshop session 1: UGF evaluation 
  • The UGF in practice  – Sam Griffiths, GLA  
  • Workshop session 2: UGF questions and guidance 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand how major development proposals contribute to the greening of London 
  • Learn how to apply the Urban Greening Factor policy to a variety of development scenarios

 
Time: Half-day, Morning

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Tue 10/09/19
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

Join us for an essential update on tall building policies in the emerging London Plan.  We will look at considering if locations are suitable, or not, for tall buildings and work through assessment criteria to apply to individual proposals in different locations across London.

 

Learning Outcomes: 

  • Understand how Mayor of London’s strategic tall buildings policies are changing
  • Know more about the evaluation of visual, functional and environmental impacts of tall buildings both individually and cumulative
  • Recognise different tall building typologies and design approaches

Time: Full Day

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Wed 11/09/19
Related Events: Network

Join us for an evening discussion on the changing role of communication in the built environment sector. We’ll look at digital platforms and the online persona’s responsibility in our organizations, as well as ethical and inclusive communication of design projects in-house and with the broader community.

Time: Evening

Wed 11/09/19
Palestra
Related Events: Network

We often hear from those who run, sit on or chair Design Review panels, but at this event those who present their designs and pay for reviews will talk about their experiences.

Speakers include:

  • Simon Jenkins (journalist)
  • Selina Mason (Lendlease)
  • Gavin Hale Brown (Henley Halebrown)
  • Oliver Sheppard (DP9)
  • Teresa Borsuk (Pollard Thomas Edwards)
  • Charles Moran (cma planning)
  • Katerina Karaga (Farrells)
  • Hassan Mohamed (TfL)
  • And more

Learning Outcomes:

  • Hear about what it is like to present a scheme at design review
  • Discuss how developers and scheme promoters can make best use of the review process 

(Open event for all Design Review users. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.)

Time: 9.30-15.30

Thu 12/09/19
Endeavour Square
Related Events: Planning Streets

Day one of this two-part practical course will provide you with in-depth training on designing and delivering healthy streets for cyclists, focusing on design parameters, degree of separation and how to apply the new Cycle Route Quality Criteria. The session is led by our experts; Phil Jones (PJA), Lucy Marstrand (Project Centre) and Gordon Webster (TfL). In the afternoon we will hit the streets to explore the recently completed Cycleways.
 
Learning Outcomes:
  • Understand and apply the design parameters that shape good cycle schemes
  • Learn how to determine the degree of separation between cyclists and other road users
  • Hear about applying the new Cycle Route Quality Criteria
 

Time: Full Day

Tue 17/09/19
Palestra
Related Events: Network

This is a session for elected members to discuss briefings on planning and viability.  We will hear from MHCLG on the national strategic planning direction and have early insight into the new Planning Practice Guidance and Design Manual to be launched in the autumn.  We will also gain insight into the art of viability and how it is applied, balancing public policy requirements and profit.  This event is a must attend session for decision makers who want to get the best for their neighbourhoods.

Speakers:

  • Steve Quartermain, Chief Planner, Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
  • Andy von Bradsky, Chief Architect, Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government
  • John Wacher, Strategic Planning Manager – Viability, GLA
  • Andrew Jones & Ellie Clayton-Smith, BPS Chartered Surveyors
  • Esther Kurland & Sue Vincent, Urban Design London

 Time: 09:00 -13:00

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Thu 19/09/19
Palestra
Related Events: Planning Housing

At this session we will take closer look at procuring, managing and delivering good design. Industry experts will share their best practice advice on writing a good brief and how to manage the procurement process for masterplans, architectural and other design work, as well as checking and controlling design quality through a project’s lifecycle.

 Learning outcomes

  • Understand what makes a good brief
  • Learn how to avoid pitfalls when managing procurement
  • Hear how to efficiently evaluate and monitor designs

Time: 9.00-13.00

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Tue 24/09/19
55 Broadway
Related Events: Planning Urbandesignbasics

How can we design to ensure communities and their diverse needs are placed at the centre of the design and management of spaces, streets and buildings? How do we create a city that we can all confidently access and enjoy? At this session practitioners will share inspiring case studies that celebrate diversity and learn how to tackle potential obstacles and make buildings and spaces accessible for all.
 
Learning Outcomes:
  • Recognise why inclusion is important for us all
  • Be better able to put yourself in the shoes of all users and design accordingly
  • Understand how to make places, spaces and buildings more inclusive
 

Time: Morning

Wed 25/09/19
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

This session is specifically tailored for panel members and chairs to hear about new design and quality related policies in the emerging London Plan and discuss how to apply them at design reviews.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand which emerging London plan policies may be relevant when reviewing schemes
  • Learn what the policies say about design review as part of our planning system

Time: 9.30-13.00

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Tue 01/10/19
Palestra
Related Events: Streets

Considering what designing to promote walking, cycling and public transport means in practice and how policies to promote this are changing.


Time: Half-day, Morning

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Thu 03/10/19
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

Design quality needs proactive planning. At this session we’ll learn about being proactive planners and how to ensure high design quality through planning.


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Thu 10/10/19
Palestra
Related Events: Greening

A first-hand look at some of the innovative integrated SuDs schemes found across the capital, many of which are funded by the Mayor's Greener City Fund.


Time: Half day, Morning

Tue 15/10/19
Palestra
Related Events: Streets

An overview on how good design can help achieve Vision Zero and how to provide contextually appropriate hostile vehicle measures in sensitive public spaces.

Time: Half day, Morning

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Fri 18/10/19
Palestra
Related Events: Network

These sessions will bring practitioners together to share experiences and lessons learnt.
Come and join us to on a site visit to see the award winning regeneration of the to the iconic Thamesmead estate.
Dr Phil Askew will discuss the challenges and present the long term vision for the estate before we visit the recent urban design and green infrastructure improvements.
Limited places available.


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Thu 24/10/19
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

Exploring how we can be more economically and environmentally sustainable through innovative design solutions and re-using resources.

Time: 10.00-13.00

Wed 30/10/19
Related Events: National

An introduction to placemaking: reading plans, public realm design, housing and layout types, design approaches and tools to deliver well designed places.

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Tue 05/11/19
Palestra
Related Events: Urbandesignbasics

Understanding the concepts, tools and policies behind the role of design; and how design can support and deliver positive change in London.
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Thu 07/11/19
Palestra
Related Events: Housing

Learning about the range of housing types and layouts such as age-friendly housing and micro-homes.
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Tue 12/11/19
Palestra
Related Events: Housing

This session will look at tenant needs and the specific design considerations to keep in mind when designing homes to be rented, sold outright and everything in between. We will consider the specific challenges of bulding affordable homes within a mixed tenue scheme, how to balance commercial and community objetives and resolve potential conflicts, while delivering well designed public and shared spaces.
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Thu 14/11/19
Palestra
Related Events: Greening

Understanding the tools and data required to determine green infrastructure needs including the green infrastructure focus map and the Heat Risk Tool.

Time: Half day, Morning

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Tue 19/11/19
55 Broadway
Related Events: Planning

Looking at how to assess, monitor and compare development proposals and implications for small site development in neighbourhoods.

Time: 9.00-13.00

Wed 20/11/19
55 Broadway
Related Events: Streets

Looking at specific design issues around stations, bridges and interchanges and how these can be successfully integrated.

Time: Half day, Morning

Tue 26/11/19
Related Events: National

A session covering good plan-making: assessing growth options, finding sites and setting local requirements including community amenities.

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Wed 27/11/19
55 Broadway
Related Events: Network

For anyone involved in using, participating or managing design reviews to share ideas and updates.

Time: 9.00-13.00

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Thu 28/11/19, 9am
Palestra
Related Events: Network

For those involved in public housing delivery and management, to share ideas, lessons learnt and best practices.
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Tue 03/12/19
Palestra
Related Events: Greening Streets

Discussing the important concepts and approaches relating to public realm design; using case studies that showcase best practice.

Time: Full day

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Thu 05/12/19
Palestra
Related Events: Streets

Investigating current design issues on the street, including advertising and phone kiosks, electric vehicle charging points and level surfaces.

Time: Half day, Morning

Tue 10/12/19
Palestra
Related Events: Housing

Looking at the new London Plan's housing targets, we will discuss how applications should be assessed to deliver well-designed homes.

Thu 12/12/19
Palestra

Best practice guidance and construction standards on trees, planning and development, including the current tree replacement policy.
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Wed 15/01/20
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

Considering the various ways you can visually represent a scheme and how to assess projects that use different drawing styles.

Time: Full day

Thu 16/01/20
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

Looking at the new London Plan policies on tall buildings and how we assess them, considering pedestrian comfort and environmental impact.

Tue 21/01/20
Palestra
Related Events: Streets

Looking at the benefits and challenges buses bring to neighbourhoods; and how to make the most of their access and vibrancy.

Time: Half day, Morning

Thu 23/01/20
Palestra
Related Events: Greening

The London Plan introduces an Urban Greening Factor that aims to accelerate the amount of high quality green infrastructure provided by all major developments. This session will explore how it works and the tools available to help you make urban greening design choices that meet local needs.
 
The workshop will be led by Peter Massini, Abby Crisostomo and Samantha Davenport from the GLA's Green Infrastructure Team and is best suited to planners and other professionals involved in the planning process or urban design.
 
Learning Outcomes:
• Understand how major development proposals contribute to the greening of London 
• Learn how to apply the Urban Greening Factor policy to a variety of development scenarios
 
Time: Half-day, Morning

Tue 28/01/20
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

Looking at the challenges and opportunities for different parts of the city to deliver higher density - from inner to outer boroughs.
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Thu 30/01/20
Palestra
Related Events: Greening

Investigating how green infrastructure can help to tackle air pollution using case studies from the Mayor's Air Quality Fund and Low Emission Neighbourhoods.

Time: Half day, Morning

Tue 04/02/20
Palestra
Related Events: Streets

Learning about the projects developed so far as part of the emerging Liveable Neighbourhood programme.

Time: Full day

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Wed 05/02/20
Palestra
Related Events: Housing Network

Building affordable homes is about creating and supporting thriving communities while ensuring people have access to a decent place to live. We will look at the long-term and discuss ways to ensure quality throughout the lifecycle of the buildings and spaces you are creating. We will also consider maintenance and management requirements and how cohesion and sustainability can be thought through.

Thu 06/02/20
Palestra
Related Events: Network

For anyone involved in using, participating or managing design reviews to share ideas and updates.

Tue 11/02/20
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

Investigating recent policy and funding changes and looking at how these will impact borrowing potential and scheme viability.

Time: 10.00-13.00

Wed 12/02/20
Related Events: National

An in-depth discussion and best practice on town centre development, their uses, management, public spaces and highway design.

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Thu 13/02/20
Palestra
Related Events: Housing

Looking at the fundamentals of good housing design; considering the needs of residents and communities as well as the delivery of schemes.
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Wed 26/02/20
Palestra
Related Events: Network

For members in the first 10 years of their career; to meet and learn from other inspiring young practitioners.

Tue 03/03/20
Palestra
Related Events: Streets

A fresh look at modelling and the role non-vehicular traffic modelling can play in creating more accessible and walkable neighbourhoods.

Time: Half day, Morning

Wed 04/03/20
Palestra
Related Events: Network

For any councillor who has an interest in placemaking and design; these sessions will include topical presentations and research.

Time: 10.00-13.00

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Thu 05/03/20
Endeavour Square
Related Events: Planning Housing

Looking at the new London Plan's housing targets, we will discuss how applications should be assessed to deliver well-designed homes.

Tue 10/03/20
Palestra
Related Events: Greening

A hands on session introducing the policy context to planning applications using online toolkits including Biodiversity and Net Gain guidance.

Time: Half day, Morning

Wed 11/03/20
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

Specifically for panel members and chairs to learn about new design and quality related policies and how to apply them at design reviews.

Time: 9.00-13.00

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Thu 12/03/20
Palestra
Related Events: Network

For those involved in public housing delivery and management, to share ideas, lessons learnt and best practices.

Thu 19/03/20
Palestra

This two-part course will provide in-depth training on route planning, crossings and junction options plus other essential aspects.

Time: Full day

Tue 24/03/20
Related Events: National

For those interested in learning about assessing new country houses, buildings in a rural setting and landscape management.

Thu 26/03/20
Palestra

Presenting current research, actions, policies and tools that support health and wellbeing through design.
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Tue 31/03/20
Palestra
Related Events: Streets

Looking at the role of public space in residential areas and how to apply Healthy Street policies, and consider shared space issues.

Time: Half day, Morning

Tue 26/05/20
Related Events: Planning

A practical workshop on viability testing: assessing values, affordable homes, public realm and other contributions within any development.

Tue 30/06/20
Related Events: National

A practical session dedicated to highway requirements, parking options, encouraging walking and cycling and street planting

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Thu 01/08/19
55 Broadway
Related Events: Planning Streets


Industry specialists will share their tried and tested community engagement strategies as we learn about small community projects and meanwhile schemes and how to work in partnership. Nicole Collomb and George Warren from the GLA will highlight funding opportunities and accessing funding. In the afternoon we will visit a couple of exemplar gardens to see community partnership schemes in action.

(Full day)


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Tue 23/07/19
Related Events: Planning Housing

Join us for a hands-on session on how to prepare and work with masterplans, design codes and other tools to deliver large scale, phased neighbourhoods. We will visit Trumpington and Great Kneighton to look at a wide range of award winning homes guided by David Birkbeck, Design for Homes, and learn from those involved in the process to better understand the use of codes and plans.


(Full Day)

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Thu 18/07/19
Palestra
Related Events: Planning Housing

At this session David McDonald, Institute of Historic Building Conservation, will cover the basics of understanding the terms ‘context’ and ‘significance’ when managing heritage assets to create even better places. After lunch we will visit Walworth Heritage Action Zone (HAZ), to see how the HAZ have championed Walworth’s sense of place and historic character.

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Wed 17/07/19
Endeavour Square
Related Events: Planning

Fine-tune your design review management skills at chairing and writing reports. With experienced chairs including Amanda Reynolds, Gillian Horn and Fred Manson, and professional writers Sarah Carmona and Chris Whitehorn, we will discuss the most effective ways of chairing review sessions and how best to write clear and concise summaries of what was said.

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Tue 09/07/19
Palestra
Related Events: Streets

Join the conversation with our panel of experts on the role of our streets and how they should be managed and changed. We will hear about the financial flow and how to monitor and measure the success of our streets, including an update on GLA’s Public London Charter research project.

Speakers include:
• Streets as Ecosystems – Peter Jones, UCL
• Overcoming the Challenges from the Rapid Emergence of Low Traffic Environments – Glen Higgs, WSP
• Mystery Shopping London’s Streets: TfL’s new Healthy Streets survey – Alice Saunders, TfL
• Digital Street Furniture: Principles of Deployment – Lottie Macnair, Connected Places Catapult
• Towards a Public London Charter – Tim Rettlet, GLA
• Public Space Charter for Young People – Lois Stonock, LB Culture

Past Event

Thu 04/07/19
Palestra
Related Events: Planning Housing

Where does responsibility lie for the materials we use and how can we reduce our energy use? How can built environment professions contribute meaningfully; improving policies and making a healthier city for the future? Join us to discuss our role in addressing the climate crisis with Eco Building specialist and former Professor of Architecture, Dr Tom Woolley and award winning co-founder of Sustainable by Design and Green Construction Board, Lynne Sullivan.


(Morning)

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Thu 04/07/19, 12.40–4.45pm
Palestra
Related Events: Network

An opportunity to network with others working in housing delivery. Dr Tom Woolley will update us on how to best achieve healthy buildings, and how Housing Design Audits can improve living standards. We will also hear from local boroughs on how their building programmes can deliver well designed homes.

(Half Day, afternoon)

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Thu 27/06/19
Palestra

A practical session for those who need to better understand how to assess, monitor and compare development proposals and implications for small site development in our neighbourhoods.

(Half Day)

Past Event

Tue 25/06/19
Endeavour Square

Join us as industry experts identify and unpack the relative costs of different design approaches, street furniture and highway construction.

(Morning)

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Thu 20/06/19, 10am–1pm
Palestra

London’s tall buildings are often designed in isolation, with little thought of how they will affect the surrounding environment. Join us for an urban climate walking tour in City of London with Dr Julie Futcher as we look at how tall building designs can affect the urban climate.


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Tue 18/06/19
Endeavour Square

A session dedicated to looking at the fundamentals of good housing design; considering the needs of residents and communities as well as the delivery of schemes. We will also carry out a Building for Life 12 assessment and visit the scheme in person.

Speakers include:

  • How to secure design quality through planning and delivery – Peter Maxwell, LLDC
  •  Housing typologies,: focus on mid rise – Chris Fellner,  Haworth Tompkins
  • Housing typologies :designing homes for tight sites – Phil Hamilton, Peter Barber Architects


(Full Day)

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Thu 13/06/19, 11am–1pm
Palestra
Related Events: Network

With mounting pressure to deliver London’s homes in our green suburban areas, we will discuss the ‘New Kind of Suburbia’ with award winning Metropolitan Workshop.  In collaboration with leading thinkers, including Max Wakefield from Powering Parks Project, we will look at the research undertaken on how best to manage growth in these areas.  After lunch we will look at how CIL can be invested in public spaces, with insight into ‘Planning for urban green space’ with Dr Meredith Whitten.

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Tue 11/06/19
Palestra

With the expected launch of updated guidance on living roofs and walls in Spring 2019, we will consider the implications for new development proposals.

(Morning)

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Thu 06/06/19
Palestra
Related Events: Planning

Hear from our expert speakers on how proactive planning can enable good design and how best to approach this work.

Speakers include:

  • Mike Lowndes – Director, Turley
  • Jason Hawthorne – Director, VuCity
  • Richard Wilson – Strategic Lead Regeneration, LB Camden
  • Alicia Pivaro – Neighbourhood Planners London
  • Tom Selby – Deputy Team Leader, Croydon SPG

(Morning)

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Wed 05/06/19
Palestra

For those interested in learning about the projects developed so far as part of the emerging Liveable Neighbourhood programme, including an in-depth look at best practice tools such as City Planner Tool and Healthy Streets Check. We will also hear from the design teams on delivering key aspects including:

  • Delivering cycling infrastructure in the High Street
  • Engaging hard to reach groups
  • Improving economic vitality in the High Street
  • Encouraging behaviour change and dealing with freight


(Full Day)

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Thu 23/05/19, 9.30am–1pm
Palestra

A session for those who need to understand both the bigger picture and the detail of presented schemes. Looking at the different ways you can visualise projects, from floor planning to construction detailing for facades and landscape plans.

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Tue 21/05/19
Palestra

Join us for lunch as we discuss the latest issues brought up at the London Plan Examination In Public (EiP), including how the delivery of the new London Plan’s transport policies affect the Mayor’s Good Growth Objectives and debate what it means for your borough and London.  

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Thu 16/05/19, 9.45am–4pm
Palestra

A specialist series for local authorities and housing associations involved in delivering and managing affordable homes. At the first event in the series industry experts will share how best to understand a site’s local, social, economic and physical context to help achieve optimum solutions that deliver as many homes of the type and quality you need.

*Please note this series is in addition to our core programme of events and additional fees may apply. You can find more information about the series in the brochure by clicking the link below. If you are interested in attending this series, please send us an email.

Affordable Homes brochure

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Wed 15/05/19, 10am–12pm

A guided site visit by LB Newham to see first-hand how this large and impressive one way removal project is help transforming Stratford’s town centre by prioritising vulnerable road users and making the area more pleasant for everyone.

Tour led by:

  • Smitha Sujith – LB Newham
  • Murray Woodburn – LB Newham
  • Paul Gannon – LB Newham
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Tue 14/05/19
Palestra

How can we create spaces that motivate play and truly place people at the heart of design? Hear from child-friendly city expert, Dinah Bornat as she set out the challenges boroughs face in achieving a child friendly city.  Natalia Krysiak will provide insight about her latest research on play spaces and architects will give their top tips on designing and delivering innovative play spaces.

Speakers include:

  • Dinah Bornat – ZCD Architects
  • Natalia Krysiak – Hayball
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Thu 09/05/19
Endeavour Square

Join us for a discussion on design review’s role in the GLA’s design led approach in managing densities, including how panels can offer support beyond planning applications. We will also hear from Ben van Bruggen, Manager at Auckland’s Urban Design Strategy Team on how their design review panel is managed abroad.

Speakers include:

  • GLA Update: Matthew Turner – GLA
  • Design Review beyond Planning Applications: Phil Jones – Phil Jones Associates
  • Design Review in other Countries: Ben van Bruggen – Manager of Auckland’s Urban Design Strategy Team
  • Offering Support Beyond Planning Applications: Louise Goodison – Cazenove Architects

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Wed 08/05/19, 10am–12.30pm

Join us on a site visit to the recently completed public realm schemes in Shoreditch including Rivington Street, Leonards Circus and New Inn Yard. We will discuss the air quality benefits, the ‘ultra-low emission vehicle’ elements, including innovative automatic number plate recognition proposals, will bring to the neighbourhood.

Tour led by:

  • Daniel Nelson –  LB Hackney
  • Luuk van Kessel – LB Hackney
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Thu 02/05/19, 9.15am–4pm
Palestra

Industry experts will guide us through the key design principles and approaches of successful places and give practical advice about good design, using small site examples that showcase best practice. We will end the day discussing the role of design reviews and how we can best work together to create successful places.

Speakers include:

  • Rob Cowan – Urban Design Skills
  • David Birkbeck – Design for Homes
  • Paul Dodd – Urban Design London
  • Rachel Jones – Urban Design London
  • Kruti Patel – Metropolitan Workshop
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Wed 01/05/19, 6–8.30pm

What will the future of work look like? Where will it be located? Is work and personal life merging too closely and how will it affect our well-being? Join us for an evening of debate, discussion and drinks as we tackle these questions with fellow inspiring practitioners. This event is an open invite. If you're not a subscribing member, please email us to book your place.

Speakers include:

  • Ben Channon – Assael Architects & author of Happy by Design
  • Clare Bailey – Savills
  • Nissa Shahid – Future Cities Catapult
  • Philippa Jopp – LB Camden
  • Paul O'Brien – Carl Turner Architects
  • Justyna Michalik-Minken – Creative Works
  • Kieron Stephens – Autor Architects

Location: Karakusevic Carson Architects

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Tue 30/04/19, 9.15am–1pm
Palestra

Why is intensification a good thing for people and what tensions can it create? How do we manage the tensions to maximise the benefits and minimise negative impact? Come and join us for a morning of debate, workshops and discussion where we unpack the benefits and effects of living and working at higher densities.

Speakers include:

  • Martin Tedder – Spatial Planning at TfL 
  • Yolande Barnes – Bartlett Real Estate Institute
  • Manisha Patel – PRP & Mayor’s Design Advocate
  • David Ogunmuyiwa – Architecture Doing Place & Mayor’s Design Advocate

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Wed 10/04/19, 9.15am–3.30pm
Related Events: Streets

With increasing pressure on our streets and roads, how are we transforming the way we manage and understand them to be more inclusive and efficient? This session will investigate the key processes, skills and assessments needed to better balance the diverse needs of everyone who uses our streets.

Including:

  • Why are our streets so important? – Oli Davey, Urban Movement
  • Understanding your Neighbourhood – Andy Martin, Transport for London
  • Equality Impact Assessment – Agnes Fletcher, Consultant
  • Pedestrian Comfort Guidance – Gordon Webster, Transport for London
  • Healthy Streets Check for Designers – Mark Artis, Transport for London
  • Design Review – Sue Vincent, Urban Design London


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