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Past Events

Thursday 26 November 2015

Lord Kerslake, former Head of the Civil Service and current chair of Peabody and London's King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Call for more not less planning in delivering new housing supply.

Listen to a podcast of Lord Kerslake's speech. 

 

Tuesday 18 November 2014

Professor Tony Travers

How citizens may be affected by future trends in city and county governance.

To see photos from the lecture please click here. A podcast of the lecture is available here.

 

Tuesday 12 November 2013

Rt Hon The Lord Heseltine CH

Growth agenda with respect to cities, and how pioneering city leaders can develop visions for growth.

 

20 November 2012

Mitchell Silver (President of the American Planning Association and Chief Planning and Economic Development Officer for Raleigh, North Carolina)

The need for good planning - good strategic planning can add significant value to investment, communities need planners to "fall in love with planning again".

 

6 October 2011

Professor Patsy Healey (Professor Emeritus, School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University)

Looked at the wider context for more progressive approaches to making places.

The full text of the lecture and slides are available to download.

 

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