This session will look at 5G as a testbed for regeneration of Economic and Social Growth in West London, with ambitions to make significant contributions to the area’s businesses and communities, and to London’s overall sustainable recovery from COVID-19.
A joint conference between The Academy of Urbanism and RIAI across two sessions to examine the conditions that are enabling small and medium-sized cities to achieve growth, prosperity and a good quality of life for all.
The long-awaited National Model Design Code will shortly be published for consultation. There has been some scepticism about the idea of guidance on coding at the national level and the way it relates to the Building Better Building Beautiful commission and the Planning White Paper.
Join fellow AoU members for an informal Coffee Break and a discussion around topics of interest to members. This session, AoU Young Urbanist, Simon Wasser will give a short talk on Cohousing: towards a new model of living?
The AoU Coffee Breaks are back for 2021, with an AoU Young Urbanist takeover. For this session, join The Wheatley Group to hear about Housing-led Regeneration, followed by a discussion with those on the call.
The sixth meeting of the Advisory Group of the AoU in Scotland. The 17 members of the Advisory Group are comprised of Academicians, Young Urbanists, and AoU Group members, and currently meet every two months.
The session will focus on the intersection of engineering the urban design and the barriers that prevent better outcomes for those who use the spaces that are created. Ultimately, is it time for the Academy to play a greater role in changing this pattern?
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