Creative placemaking

Thursday 29 September 2016

09:00 – 13:00

NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

Kinetic Rain Garden © John Sturrock

This half-day conference will look at ‘creative placemaking’ across London and examine placemaking strategies across the capital. Is culture and creativity essential for successful long-term places to thrive and flourish, or is it just a ‘nice-to-have’?

How does space for creativity and culture add to a place, be it a new piece of city or an existing one? And what do we really mean today by ‘culture’ in the context of placemaking? How can cultural strategies be fully embedded into regeneration projects to ensure the best approach to placemaking is there from the start? How do we measure its value?
 
Developers, architects, local authorities and other key stakeholders will discuss best practice schemes and exemplars in the capital, examining how London can improve its creative placemaking.

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Donald Hyslop, Head of Regeneration and Community Partnerships, Tate
Henry Dimbleby
, Founder, Street Feast and London Union 
Elliot Lipton
, Managing Director, First Base 
Dan Burr
, Partner, Sheppard Robson
John East, Strategic Director for Growth and Homes, LB Barking & Dagenham 
Alex Wraight
, Partner, Allies and Morrison 
Beverley Churchill, Creative Director, Capco 
Stuart Robinson
, Consultant, CBRE 
Polly Plunket, Strategy Director, Broadgate Estates
Mark Davy, Founder, Futurecity
Peter Murray, Chairman, NLA (co-Chair)
Anna Mansfield, Strategic Projects Director, Publica (co-Chair)