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Mixed use neighbourhood developments – resilience against crisis?

27 April 2021 at 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM / South West England / England / Online

27 April 2021 at 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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RTPI South West | [email protected]

This webinar is brought to you by RTPI South West as part of the RTPI Online event Series

How are our neighbourhoods changing and what impact is this having on our society? This webinar will explore the resilience of existing neighbourhoods and identify the potential positive impacts that creating mixed-use developments can have.


1. Personal perspective: Wilstockhub – Creating a community hub
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Lucinda Spelman-Ives, local resident and fundraiser

2. Delivery mechanisms for social infrastructure, healthcare and local services
Tim Crawshaw, RTPI Vice President

3. The West of England Placemaking Charter and the 15-minute neighbourhood
Juliet Bidgood

In 2020 research for the West of England Placemaking Charter engaged with 250 stakeholder representing interests from the built and natural environment sector, public and private sector developers, culture and health experts, local interest groups, communities and young people. As the impact of the pandemic unfolded people were increasingly interested in the idea of the 15-minute neighbourhood and in the role of sociable neighbourhood adaptation and creation in placemaking. This thinking is now part of the Draft Placemaking Charter Framework.


Please book your place following the online booking prompts below. You will then be sent information on how to join the webinar a week before the event.

The webinar platform that we use is GoTo Webinar. You may want to check with your IT department whether you are able to access this. Otherwise you may want to prepare to join using a personal device. The webinar platform is suitable for smartphones/tablets if that is an option for you.   

Further Reading

RTPI Research - Location of Development

RTPI Research - Settlement Patterns, Urban Form and Sustainability