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Healthy Cities 30 January 2019 running order

Future Cities Forum No. 12 - 'Healthy Cities' will take place at the Apothecaries' Hall, Blackfriars Lane, City of London, EC4V 6EJ on 30th January, starting with coffee and registration at 0900.

This will be followed by

0930 Presentation ‘Resilient cities’

Dr Fiona Twycross, Chief Resilience Officer, Greater London Authority

Dr Twycross will talk about the GLA vision and practical activity for future urban resilience across energy, health and Brexit.

0945 Panel ‘Healthy, sustainable and resilient cities – preparing for the revolution in energy networks’

Patrick Allcorn, Head of Home and local Energy, Department for Business, Enterprise, Innovation & Skills (BEIS)

Alan Thomson, Director and Global Leader Energy Systems - Arup

Dr Fiona Twycross, Chief Resilience Officer, Greater London Authority

The panel will discuss the investment and planning needed (for cities) for the creation and operation of resilient low carbon energy networks – alongside EV charging infrastructure and 5G networks. The drive to integrate the revolution in energy provision puts human health and sustainability as a priority

1030 Panel New model health hubs for combining health and social care, and the creation of medical research centres of excellence

David Probert, Chief Executive, Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Anastasia Chrysafi, Cura Lead, Willmott Dixon

Gavin Miller, Director and co-founder, MICA Architects

Peter Ward, Director of Real Estate Development, King's College London, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust

Contributors will debate how we plan and design for joined-up health and social care facilities, and how we can create a legacy of world-class medical research hubs. We will discuss how these hubs can be integrated into the cities they serve, advancing best practice in healthcare clusters with inspiring buildings and public realm.

1110 Panel Planning and place-making for healthy cities

Richard Jackson, Director – Sustainability, University College London

Huw Lewis, Managing Director, Bexley Co

Nalin Seneviratne, Director, City Centre Development, Sheffield City Council

Andrew Raven, Director – Planning, Savills

This panel will look at new approaches to creating healthy urban environments, for city centre living, studying and working, for new science villages funded by universities, and for the regeneration of outer city boroughs.

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