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Perspectives on Culture-led Regeneration in Dundee

A Scottish Young Planners' Network and University of Dundee Joint Event

Tuesday, 11 November 2014 at 5:45PM - 8:00PM
University of Dundee, Room 1.36, Baxter Suite, First Floor, The Tower Building, Perth Road, Dundee, DD1 4HN
RTPI Scotland





An event celebrating the RTPI's Centenary, and 50 years of planning at the University of Dundee.


Join the SYPN and the University for what promises to be an exciting evening examining the on-going, culture-led regeneration of Dundee. Speakers will discuss the context for this regeneration – where it emerged from and how it has been realised through the planning system. They will also explore how the University has impacted upon the development of the city. Scottish Young Planner, Sean Panton, fresh from a study visit to Azerbaijan, will provide an insight into differing approaches to planning and places between that country and Scotland.


  • Deborah Peel - Chair of Architecture and Planning, University of Dundee
  • Sean Panton - Young Planner and final year student, University of Dundee
  • Gordon Reid - Team Leader, Development Plans and Regeneration, Dundee City Council


Places are free but must be booked in advance. Please email or by 7 November to book your place.