This event forms part of the RTPI Online Events 2020 series and is brought to you by RTPI East of England
New Town Development Corporations and plans for a new generation of Garden Communities are developing at pace. The potential for five new Garden Cities has already been identified in the ‘brain belt’ between Oxford and Cambridge and a new Garden Communities Prospectus is awaited.
We will be exploring key questions: How will this new legislation unlock vital house building through the Garden Communities? What opportunities exist in the long term and how will the public and private sector roles change in the delivery of new communities? How can we create communities where people want to live and work now and in the future? How might we scale up delivery? How can we 'lock in' design quality and long term governance and stewardship? What lessons can be learned from the most developed Garden Community projects?
Chair: David Carlisle - AECOM
Capturing land value: principles, policies and outcomes: where do we go next? Professor Tony Crook CBE FAcSS FRTPI - Emeritus Professor and Former Pro Vice Chancellor, The University of Sheffield
Garden City Principles and Research, Susan Parham - Associate Professor Parham, Director of the University of Hertfordshire’s Urbanism Unit (UHUU)
Role of the Master Developer, James Scott - Group Director of Strategy and Planning, Urban & Civic / Julia Foster – Managing Partner, David Lock Associates
This seminar could count as appropriate CPD for RTPI members - remember to keep a record of your learning, including your learning outcomes, in your CPD record