Thursday, 15 June 2017 at 6:00PM
Rosebery House, Clifton Terrace, Edinburgh EH12 5EZ, UK
With offices in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, Sustrans have a strong track record in delivering solutions to help more people walk and cycle. Using their skills in behaviour change, community engagement and improving the built environment, Sustrans aims to improve health and wellbeing, protect the environment and work towards delivering places that are better for living, working and playing.
This evening event will provide an overview of Sustrans role in Scotland. The speakers will discuss their main three work streams, under the following headings, with reference to a range of completed and live projects throughout Scotland:
Built Environment, Behaviour change and Influencing and Lobbying
After the mini presentations, they will broaden the discussion on place and movement with questions like:
- What are the biggest challenges to achieving better public realm projects that balance all modes of transport with quality spaces for people?
- How do Sustrans and local authorities work in partnership?
- What opportunities are there for the private sector to work in partnership with Sustrans?
Cost: Free for RTPI Members/Students but please book a space.
To book your place:
Please email Albert Muckley, Vice Convenor at Albert.Muckley@ironsidefarrar.com by Friday 26th May to confirm your attendance.