Picture: Deptford Market Yard - a collaboration between Network Rail, U + i and London Borough of Lewisham
Our forum on city place-making takes place on 10th October 2018 (morning) at White City Place (The Westworks), London W12 6ST from 9am to 1 pm.
We will be discussing solutions to the housing crisis, the future sustainability of the high street and shopping centres, how stadium and station-led regeneration projects can create vibrant neighbourhoods with strong retail and work spaces, and the latest on how modern methods of construction are changing the housing market.There will be coffee and networking at 9 am for half an hour and then four panel discussions. Timings are as follows:
Rachel Fisher, Deputy Director, Regeneration & Infrastructure, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government presents on “The future high street” – 9.30 am
2. Place-making and the high street – 9.50 am with
Debbie Jackson, Deputy Director Regeneration & Economy, the Greater London Authority; Helen Rainsford, Senior Director, Aviva Investors, Rachel Fisher, Deputy Director, Regeneration & Infrastructure, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government.
3. Stadium-led regeneration – 10.30 am with
Paula Carney, Director of Planning, WYG; Ben Heath, Principal, Grimshaw Architects; Tarquin McDonald, Chief Executive, Bath Rugby; Alan Sendorek, Strategy Director, QPR Property.
4. Rail station district regeneration – 11.10 am with
Liam Harrison, Market Director, SNC-Lavalin Atkins; Richard Marsh, Director, Bristol Temple Quarter; Alexandra Reitman, Principal Project Manager - Master-planning, Old Oak Common & Park Royal Development Corporation; Stuart Robinson, Strategic Planning Advisor, Commercial Development, TfL.
5. Modern methods of construction and the housing market – 11.50 am – with
Andrew Waugh, Waugh Thistleton Architects; Sue Foster, Strategic Director, Neighbourhoods and Growth, London Borough of Lambeth; Steve Cole, Policy Director, Clarion Housing Group; Mauro Burgio, Director, Bryden Wood.
Networking then follows from 12.30 pm to close of forum at 1pm.