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SEP
19

Design & Heritage NW

Date:
Wednesday, 19 September 2018 at 9:30AM - 4:30PM
Venue:
Innside, First St, Manchester M15 4FN, UK
Organiser:
RTPI North West
northwest@rtpi.org.uk

This event will focus on how planning and urban design can work together to unlock and shape successful urban regeneration projects.  It will explore how planning and design can add value, promote sustainability, and bring delight to urban environments.  The event will feature case-studies of successful urban place-making projects, and will include a practical workshop session concentrating on the skills that planners and urban designers need to positively shape better urban places.

Programme

  • Echo Street - a planners perspecive on securing consent for a tall building within a sensitive heritage context (Lewis Evans, Turley)
  • Echo Street - a architect perspective on designing a tall building within a sensitive heritage context (Rupert Goddard, Sheppard Robson)
  • Assessing the value of heritage (Kate Martyn, Donald Insall Assocs)
  • Making heritage assets work for the 21st Century (Helen Walker, Purcell)
  • The use of Strategic Regeneration Frameworks to shape successful and liveable urban places (Ben Gudger, Manchester City Council)
  • A practical workshop session on the skills that planners and urban designers need to positively shape better urban

 

Turley