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NE Annual General Meeting 2018

Thursday, 29 November 2018 at 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Cycle Hub, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 1BU
RTPI North East

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The meeting will review the Regional Management Board's Annual Report for 2018 and elections for appointments to the Regional Management Board and Regional Activities and Policy Committee for 2019.

If you wish to stand for election, please see full details below:

We welcome all members and attendance at the AGM is free but an RSVP is required as refreshments/catering will be provided. 

Pre drinks will be available at the Cycle Hub from 6pm so please come and join us, you can even leave before the AGM if you prefer.

  • Our Guest Speaker - Tim Crawshaw - Crawshaw Urban Design will give a talk;

    Planning for Health and Wellbeing.

    With an increased interest and focus on the role of the built environment and population scale health outcomes, this talk will review the current and emerging evidence bases and proposes a comprehensive approach that supports both physical and mental wellbeing for all. Ranging from access to quality multifunctional greenspace, walkable neighbourhoods and public realm improvements a series of Design Principles developed as part of the NHS England Healthy New Towns Programme will be presented as part of an ambitious vision for placemaking.

    Bio:  Timothy Crawshaw BA(Hons) MA MRTPI FRSA is a National and International Consultant in the areas of urban design, planning, green infrastructure, energy efficiency and sustainable transport. He has a specific interest in the role of the natural environment in improving health and wellbeing outcomes, alongside ecosystems services approaches to planning for, and responding to, climate change. Timothy is currently the chair of the Tees Valley Nature Partnership and a Board member of the Historic Towns and Villages Forum.