20 September 2012
3:45 PM - 7:30 PM
Join RIBA South West and RIBA Cornwall for their Annual General Meetings, Looking Forward Architecture Forum on Bats and other protected species, and a concise site tour of Cornwall's newest industrial heritage attraction, Heartlands, by Stride Treglown.
The late afternoon to evening event will start at 3.45pm with tea on arrival before the Annual General Meeting. The AGM will officially hand over the chair of the Region from Richard White to Tim Hancock of Atelier 3 and offers an opportunity for regional members to put forward ideas for events and activities for the next era for the Region. Tim also hands over Cornish Chair to Matt Wills.
Following the AGMs, there will be time to enjoy a glass of wine (or soft drink) and a few nibbles before we are pleased to announce five great panellists for a debate on Ecology issues for architects and their clients. Speakers are Tom Butterworth, Natural England; Kelly Gunnell, Bat Conservation Trust; Cathy Turtle, Cornwall Council; Phil Hill, Cornwall Environment Consultant; and Mike Oxford, IEEM.
This debate on ecology is a great opportunity for members (and clients) to get engaged with the invited panel of professionals who will be there to answer your queries. Please email your questions for the panel now so we can collate them before the event.
Architects from Stride Treglown will conclude the evening with a concise tour of the fascinating new complex that is Heartlands.
Heartlands is a couple of minutes from the A30. Take Pool exit from both directions and follow signs. The car park is located on the left hand side of the road after passing the Adventure Playground. Parking charges apply. Sat nav: TR15 3QY. Heartlands is just a 30 minute walk or 10 minute bus journey from Redruth and Camborne railway stations. See Visiting Heartlands.
Booking is essential for this event. We look forward to seeing a good number of RIBA South West members at this event as we launch into a new era with Tim.
RIBA South West