Monday, 23 April 2018 at 5:30PM
George Washington Room, Central Library, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EG
Join us for an interactive follow up to the successful masterplanning workshop held in November 2017.
Join Paul Morsley for an interactive follow up to his successful workshop held in November 2017. This event will give you the opportunity to explore and share your knowledge of the masterplanning process from the initial concept, through preparation, design and implementation.
Learn about masterplanning at different scales and comprehend the key issues around preparing a masterplan – what needs to be considered and what makes a good masterplan?
Through group discussion around real life project case study examples, we will look at the benefits of a structured approach to masterplanning and what to consider or look out for when reviewing a designer’s masterplan from a planner’s perspective.
The workshop will be led by Paul Morsley, a Landscape Architect who has extensive experience delivering projects from large scale masterplanning to detailed design and implementation on site both in overseas and in the UK. His skills focus on masterplanning, residential and mixed-use development, urban design led development strategies, design guidelines, landscape assessments and architectural illustrations. Paul is also regularly involved in many charrette based consultations for masterplanning projects with local communities.
Refreshments from 5.30pm, Workshop 6pm – 7.30pm
Cost: This is a joint event between RTPI’s Scottish Young Planners’ Network and the South East ScotlandChapter – all are welcome, and attendance is free for all RTPI Membersand students.
Booking: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 16th of April.