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AoU Coffee Break, Scotland

If you'd like a break from work and to meet some friendly AoU faces, join us for an AoU Coffee Break. These sessions are hosted and organised by a group of Young Urbanists in Scotland, and are open to all. If you have never been to an AoU event before, or are thinking about joining, you are welcome to come along and join the discussion. This session we are joined by Design Outsider.

AoU Regions & Nations call

The Regions & Nations calls are an informal monthly catch-up for people who are running, or are interested in running,

Rapid Transit and Urban Recovery

Virtual study tour to four award-winning cities - Dublin, Copenhagen, Aarhus and Nottingham. The event is part of an initiative to set up a learning network to open up fresh sources of finance for intra-urban movement.

Advisory Group of the AoU in Scotland

The seventh meeting of the Advisory Group of The AoU in Scotland will take place on Wednesday May 19th, co-chaired by Heather Claridge and Sean Kelly.

AoU Coffee Break, Scotland

If you'd like a break from work and to meet some friendly AoU faces, join us for an AoU Coffee Break. These sessions are hosted and organised by a group of Young Urbanists in Scotland, and are open to all. If you have never been to an AoU event before, or are thinking about joining, you are welcome to come along and join the discussion. For this session we will be joined by Dr. David McArthur from the Urban Big Data Centre, University of Glasgow.

The Urbanism Hour / Place-making is the easy bit!

This presentation will discuss the masterplanning process for two strategic mixed use developments in the same county but under different Local Authorities, each with different approaches. One is very involved and keen to see as much detail as possible. The other is more interested in the strategic frameworks. What are the results?

AoU Policy Group Meeting

The Academy's emerging Policy Group will meet in May to establish its purpose. If you are an Academy member and

The Urbanism Hour / The Power of a Different Perspective

The event will tell the story of the Gilston Area Neighbourhood Plan (or GANP for short), the first of its kind to set out policies to shape the development of 10,000 new homes in the Harlow and Gilston Garden Town area.

AoU Coffee Break, Scotland

If you’d like a break from work and to meet some friendly AoU faces, join us for an AoU Coffee Break. This week, we will be joined by Jas Atwal, AoU Vice Chair and Congress Curator, who will take us on a whistle-stop tour of some of the exciting sessions planned for Congress 2021, Responsive Cities: Adapting Under Pressure.

The Urbanism Hour / Net Zero Carbon Cities

On The Urbanism Hour this week Alice Charles, Lead of Cities, Infrastructure & Urban Services at the World Economic Forum, will speak about a new report from the World Economic Forum, 'Net Zero Carbon Cities: An Integrated Approach'.

AoU Annual Congress – Responsive Cities

The Academy is holding its annual international Congress (virtually) in Edinburgh, from 16-18 June 2021, with its partner, the City of Edinburgh Council. This year’s Congress will provide an opportunity to explore and interrogate issues around the pressure to deliver a positive place to live, to work and to play, providing venues and services for their citizens and visitors.

AoU Coffee Break, Scotland

If you’d like a break from work and to meet some friendly AoU faces, join us for an AoU Coffee Break. This week we will be joined by Marc Cairns, Regional Lead for Scotland, Architecture LGBT+

AoU Coffee Break, Scotland

If you’d like a break from work and to meet some friendly AoU faces, join us for an AoU Coffee Break. For this session we will be joined by Gemma Lawrence of Creative Carbon Scotland.

AoU Coffee Break, Scotland

If you’d like a break from work and to meet some friendly AoU faces, join us for an AoU Coffee Break. This week we will be joined by Francis Newton AoU who will discuss the AoU Awards.