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Wed, 10 Jul

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Cambridge

RTPI & RIBA Designing Together: A Collaborative Conference on Planning & Architecture

The conference is an opportunity for planners, architects, urban designers, and other built environment professionals to come together, learn, and network. £35 per person / register via the host website

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RTPI & RIBA Designing Together: A Collaborative Conference on Planning & Architecture
RTPI & RIBA Designing Together: A Collaborative Conference on Planning & Architecture

Time & Location

10 Jul 2024, 13:30 – 17:30

Cambridge, The Maurice Wilkes Building, St Johns Innovation Park, Cowley Rd, Cambridge CB4 0DS, UK

About The Event

The conference is an opportunity for planners, architects, urban designers, and other built environment professionals to come together, learn, and network.

The event will feature enlightening sessions and panel discussions on the importance of good design and collaboration with all industry stakeholders. Participants will gain insights into fostering collaboration, improving professional practices, and developing innovative solutions for creating better cities and communities. This conference has been kindly hosted by PwC

Topics include:

Introduction - John Dagg, RTPI East of England Chair 2024 & Jerene Irwin, RIBA East Regional Chair

Update on National Planning Policy Framework & National Design Guidance - Katie Fowler, Senior Urban Design Consultant, Design Consultant Place Services Design Codes vs Design Guides - Katie Fowler, Senior Urban Design Consultant, Design Consultant Place Services Designing for Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) - Michael Brightman, Learning and Development Adviser, Natural England & Catherine Norris, Senior Adviser - Strategic Planning, Natural England Importance of a Design Review Panel - Peter Studdert BArch RIBA DipTP MRTPI, Director, Peter Studdert Planning & Member of the Harlow & Gilston Garden Town Design Review Panel Case Study & Panel Discussion: The Value of Good Design sharing benefits of collaborative working Aoife O'Gorman, Director, BCR-Infinity Architects & RIBA Suffolk Chair

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