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Masterplanning and Urban Design

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Current and future theory and practice: a route-map to successful masterplans

Thursday 20th November 2008
America Square Conference Centre, London, EC3N 2LD

In an uncertain economic climate, moving into urban design may seem like a good idea, but getting masterplanning right isn’t easy!

Do you want to expand your toolkit for designing robust masterplans?

Providing the flexibility that clients need for the future requires an in-depth understanding of all the key challenges affecting masterplanning, as well as plenty of vision and inspiration.

Whether you need to hone your masterplanning skills, or find out how to approach masterplanning in a more innovative way, ensure you have the latest information by attending the AJ’s Masterplanning and Urban Design one-day conference. Explore the issues you’re facing now in masterplanning and are likely to encounter in the future including:

  • Sustainable design

  • How Government policy and legislation can be applied in practice

  • Making masterplans robust

  • Creating sustainable places

  • Integrating transport into a masterplan

Advance your masterplanning skills and avoid the effects of a challenging economic environment. Utilise your route-map to success with your team by applying the latest information, trends, and practices from the UK and abroad to your projects

Response from delegates at our last masterplanning event:

“Extremely informative and thought provoking”
M Juvara, Colin Buchanan

“Inspiring, interesting, worthwhile”
N Ryan, Douglas Wallace

“Excellent speakers that delivered information in an interesting, engaging and creative way but added the necessary touch of realism”
J Ives, Waterman Environmental

Who you will meet:

Architects, urban designers, masterplanners, landscape architects, planning officers, regeneration managers, development managers, developers and builders, planning consultants

Contact us

Tel: 0845 056 8069
E-mail: constructconferences@emap.com

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