Wednesday, 08 May 2019 at 6:00PM
Burges Salmon, One Glass Wharf, Bristol, BS2 0ZX
Planning and planners make decisions that that help to shape communities but how diverse are the decision makers and are communities able to engage within the planning process? Join us to explore barriers to communities engaging with the planning process and what the RTPI is doing to make the profession more diverse and representative of the communities we work within.
Topics and speakers for the evening
Michael Baker, ARUP
Promoting equality and diversity
A motivation speaker and activist, tirelessly campaigning for equality and places a large focus of her work on supporting young people, young adults and disadvantaged communities to confidently embrace their journey in life.
BME Communities and the Built Environment
Ann de Graft-Johnson, Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Built Environment, UWE
Women of Lawrence Hill and the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone regeneration
Debra Newick, Bristol Women’s Network
How is the RTPI encouraging diversity
Victoria Hills, RTPI Chief Executive
Burges Salmon’s perspective and work on encouraging diversity the legal professio
Liz Dunn, Burges Salmon
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The event will start at 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start and conclude around 8.15pm with networking drinks and nibbles.
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