Talking Cities: Sustainable economic city development
Thursday 15 July
MADE, Birmingham City University and Birmingham Architectural Association
The event itself
The urgency to move our cities to a much lower dependency on fossil fuels is growing because of the UK legal obligations for emissions reduction and the economic concerns over the impact of shortage of oil from around 2015.
This seems daunting but Peter Head from Arup will present an approach to transform a city like Birmingham by 2050, working with neighbourhoods and communities.
He will outline delivery models and sources of finance and the possible benefits in terms of creating long term jobs and improving health and well being. He will emphasise the need for leadership, planning and good management practices.
How do you attend this event
To attend email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event costs £10 (free to students) payable on the door or in advance on Paypal (‘make a payment’ to ‘email@example.com’ for ‘£10’).
The talking cities lectures qualify as structured CPD under the RIBA CPD scheme – if you require certification for your attendance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact for further information
For more information visit the MADE website.