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29th April - In an urban community is the whole greater than the sum of its parts

As part of Green Sky Thinking Week 2014 we join up with Team London Bridge to explore the role of BIDs in improving the design of places our neighbourhoods
RSVP by: 
Friday, 25 April 2014
Valerie Beirne
Bankside Urban Forest Manager

The Exchange

28 London Bridge Street
London SE1 9SG

Who is responsible for the development of London’s public spaces and what impact do they have on how neighbourhoods evolve?
For this very special Green Sky Thinking event we will hear from spatial planning experts, innovative place making project leaders and local BIDs in an open conversation about what makes a place grow.
The Exchange, 28 London Bridge Street
(Registration from 6-6:30pm)
From spaces to places
Mark Brearley, The Cass
 - A holistic approach to how places develop
 - Future trends

The role of BIDs in placemaking
London BIDs project profiles
 - Valerie Beirne, Better Bankside 
 - Shane Clarke, Team London Bridge

Spatial planning as a catalyst for development in Croydon Metropolitan Centre 
Vincent Lacovara, Croydon Council
 - Croydon’s place-based planning framework 
 - East Croydon Masterplan case study 
 - The Connected Croydon Programme
If you would like to attend, please RSVP to events [at] (spaces are limited)

Apr 7 2014

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