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Learning from Covid – how the pandemic has shaped the way in which we will live in the future

08 March 2021 at 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM / South West England / England / Online
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Date
08 March 2021 at 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
Price from
£0.00
Organiser
RTPI South West | [email protected]

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

The recent pandemic has had a huge impact on the mental health of our societies. Part of this was due to isolation and limited access to open space. This webinar seeks to explore how the virus has changed the way we want to live with a personal insight into how it has affected one individual and their future decisions on housing.  

The webinar will also introduce the latest edition and new name for Building for Life 12 - Building for a Healthy Life. Funded by NHS England and supported by Homes England, Building for a Healthy Life is about how you can create healthier places to live through more thoughtful design. 

We will then also understand more about the Green Minds project in Plymouth which received EU funding. Green Minds aims to put nature at the heart of decision making recognising its role in shaping a healthy future for all.

Speakers

  1. Personal perspective
    Emily Porter, Town Planner at Tetra Tech 

  2. Building for a Healthy Life
    Dr. Stefan Kruczkowski, Urban Design Doctor Limited

  3. Green Minds - Rewilding people and places
    Zoe Sydenham, Natural Infrastructure Projects and Partnerships Manager, Plymouth City Council

Booking

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 - Enabling Healthy Placemaking