The number of people living in cities is increasing, how we design these so that they are places for engagement, social connection and cultural expression is vital to creating places that are both economically viable and socially valuable.
The city and its design interact with and directly shape our everyday lives. Ensuring city design is people-led, through quality community engagement and human-scale interventions, delivers a city full of thriving places to live, work and visit. Tara Gloster, Senior Place Planner at Roberts Day will bring national and international insights to inspire creative thinking about how we design and build our cities. Discussing strategies to create a sense of place via connected, walkable and vibrant urban places and neighbourhoods.
Please note: coffee and croissants are provided, but BYO keep cup.