We demand a lot from our streets. They are where we live, a way of getting from A to B, and the place where neighbours meet and community networks are built. They also need to take into account sustainability, encouraging cycling and walking, accessibility and waste requirements. Yet a street could provide all these things and still not be a success.
This event brings together architects, landscape architects, and developers to discuss the design and planning tools that help turn a street into a place.
- Richard Harvey, design director at PRP
- Lynn Kinnear, principal director of Kinnear Landscape Architects with Sue Ball, director of Media and Arts Partnership
- Michael Mulhern, director of planning at Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation
- Tom Titherington, executive director of business development and market intelligence at Catalyst
- Chair: Lewis Blackwell, curator of the exhibition, Re/making The Street
This event is free to attend but booking is essential.
This event accompanies Re/making The Street, an exhibition curated by The Built Environment Trust, and is part of the London Festival of Architecture.