UWTSD Professor of Practice Andrew Harrison attending Future Cities Forum
UWTSD Professor of Practice Andrew Harrison and Director of Spaces That Work Ltd, is attending the Future Cities Forum at the Institution of Engineering and Technology in London on March 6. He will be part of the Waterfront Regeneration Panel at the event.
UWTSD Professor of Practice Andrew Harrison and Director of Spaces That Work Ltd, is attending the Future Cities Forum at the Institution of Engineering and Technology in London on March 6.
He will be part of the Waterfront Regeneration Panel at the event.
There will also be debate contributions from Patrik Schumacher of Zaha Hadid Architects, Oliver Novakovic of Barratt Developments PLC, Alison Brooks of Alison Brooks Architects, David Edwards of Oxford City Council, John Adams of Deloitte Real Estate, Paul Westbury of Laing O’Rourke, Alby Miller of Transport Systems Catapult, Brian Matthews of Milton Keynes Council, Simon Payne of Lambsquay Consulting of Cambridge, Henrik Rothe of leit-werk and Cranfield University, Brian McGuigan of Silver Spring Networks, Tom Bridges of Leeds City Council, Jon Kenny of CEG, Councillor Clare Coghill of Waltham Forest Council, Laura Mason of L&G Capital, Professor Michael Caine of Loughborough University London, Andrew Reid of Mount Anvil, Robin Cooper of Newham Council, Tom Armour of Arup, Chris Churchman of Churchman Landscape Architects, Dr Duncan Hodges of Cranfield University, Alex Herbert of Tidal Lagoon Power, Dr David Smoker from British Water and ACO, and Professor Joby Boxall of Sheffield University.
Broadcaster and architecture historian Dan Cruickshank will open the Forum with a presentation on “Ideal homes and cities: past, present, and future”. Sir Simon Jenkins will close the Forum with a talk on “Remaking the broken monuments and cities of Iraq and Syria.
Future Cities Forum is an independent forum debating best practice in urban planning, investment , development and regeneration. It provides a networking, filmed and written resource for city councils, investors, developers, architects, engineers, real estate advisers, technology companies and academics.
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