Whether developing housing on a brownfield site or retrofitting workspaces, building communities that last - and lifting up existing ones - is the marker of successful placemaking. But how can you do it? And more importantly, in a world of ESG targets, section 106s and social charters, how can you do it authentically?
This provocative debate and discussion will feature voices from across the built environment - from developers and architects to artists and community advocates - to explore how to make places and spaces genuinely work for the people that use them.
Helen Barrett, journalist - chair
Holly Lewis, Co-founding Partner, We Made That
Yasmin Jones-Henry, City Strategist - Culture and Place, ING Media
Jonny Anstead, Director, TOWN
Rumi Bose, Principal Project Officer, Greater London Authority
Join us for an enlightening evening of conversation and networking, with drinks and snacks provided.
Image: U+I, Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan
ING Media, 13-21 Curtain Road, London