10 August 2013
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Cardiff Metropolitan University, School of Management Building, Llandaff Campus, Western Avenue, Cardiff, CF5 2YB
Community involvement and leadership in the design and planning process are playing an increasingly fundamental role, and now, more than ever before, architects must consider how they can work more collaboratively with communities. Local people, if involved effectively, can be a valuable resource and can make a real difference to the process, costs and outcomes of built environment projects. This seminar will look at the value of community engagement in the design of the built environment and offer a how-to-guide that professionals can use to work collaboratively in the design process.
Speakers: Sophie de Sousa FRSA, AoU, Chief Executive, The Glass House Community Led Design/Maja Luna Jorgensen Strategic Projects Manager, The Glass House Community Led Design
RIBA CPD Club Ticket: £350 + VAT
RIBA members: £60 (£55 + VAT)
Others: £96 (£80 + VAT)