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Inclusive Sustainability - Designing Environments as if People Matter?

Tuesday 15th November 2016
10:00am – 17:00pm
See below for cost
Coin Street Conference Centre,
London
SE1 9NH

 

An event brought to you by The Schumacher Institute

How can we design environments to take account of everybody's individual needs? To address this concern we have brought together a variety speakers who will cover topics such as health, housing and work.

The programme includes:

  • People Matter - Keynote Presentation - Paul Morrell
  • The Fourth Industrial Revolution - Paul Fletcher
  • Inclusive Design Education and Training - Do you have the skills, knowledge and confidence to deliver inclusion in all your projects? - Julie Fleck, OBE MRTPI
  • Designing communities for an ageing society - Tony Watts, Hartley Watts Communications
  • Rethinking Parks - Lydia Ragoonanan, Innovation Lab
  • Engagement and Involvement - Michael Kohn, Stickyworld
  • Sustainable Quality of Life in Social Housing - Paull Robothan, Aequus Developments
  • What about design education? - Sevra Davis, The RSA

The day will be chaired by Michael Clinton and Steve Maslin of The Schumacher Institute

Who should attend?
Those involved in the design and management of the built environment - Specifically leaders and managers in architecture and planning, social housing, workplace, education and health estates, and those concerned with environmental health, equality, access, and sustainability..

Full details of this event are on our website

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