Kenneth Helphand: Defiant Gardens: Making Gardens in Wartime
Location: University of Berkeley – 112 Wurster Hall, University of Berkeley
Nancy L. Fleming: Contextual Design In Yunnan Province, China
Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 (1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.)
Location: Univeristy of Berkeley 315A Wurster Hall
Location : LACE Conference Centre, Liverpool, UK
This year is the 30th Anniversary of the introduction of the 1978 Inner Urban Areas Act.To celebrate this fact the “Regeneration is 30″ conference takes place in Liverpool.
Confirmed speakers for this Regeneration is 30 Conference include:
# Peter Roberts – Professor of Spatial and Sustainable Development and Chair of the Academy for Sustainable Communities
# Brian Robson – Emeritus Professor at the University of Manchester
# Alan Harding – Professor of Urban and Regional Governance at the University of Manchester
# Paul Evans – BURA
# Nicholas Falk – URBED
# Paul Lawless – Professor of Sheffield Hallam University
# Nick Bailey – Professor of Urban Regeneration Westminster University
# Simon Pemberton – University of Liverpool
# Brendan Nevin – Visiting Professor of Salford University
# Jack Stopforth – Chief Executive of Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and Enterprise
# Joyce Liddle – Professor of Public Policy University of Nottingham
# Robin Hambleton – Professor of the University of the West of England
# Cath Green – Assistant Director of Regeneration Liverpool City Council
# David Williams – Tellus 42
# Chris Marsh – Central Salford Urban Regeneration Company
For the conference agenda click here
Robert Neuwirth – New York The 21st Century Medieval City at 6:30 in Piper Auditorium Harvard, USA
A major project to regenerate Preston’s Winckley Square is now underway.
Preston City Council has teamed up with Preston Vision Board, the Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA), and the Landscape Institute to launch a scheme that will see the re-design of Winckley Square to make it a more attractive and better used area and encourage more people to use it as a link between Avenham Park and the city centre.
The first stage of the project involves finding a suitable consultant to draw up proposals for the regeneration scheme and the council has commissioned the Landscape Institute to run a design competition to search for an outstanding landscape architect.
Five landscape design practices have been chosen to take part, with the winner being announced in March.
Landscape Institute competition set to regenerate Preston’s Winckley Square.