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Liveable Cities - Festival of the Future City, Bath 2017
Talks and lectures

Liveable Cities - Festival of the Future City, Bath 2017

​As part of the exciting festival programme The RIBA bring you the opening event in association with Stride Treglown. This new festival for Bath contains three days of talks, walks and workshops and looks at life in our modern cities.

As part of the exciting festival programme, RIBA bring you the opening event in association with Stride Treglown. This new festival for Bath and contains three days of talks, walks and workshops and looks at life in our modern cities.

How do we realise the urban environments we want to live in?

Cities like Melbourne, Vienna, Vancouver, Copenhagen are held up to be the world’s most ‘liveable cities’. What about the UK? Though smaller, Bath enjoys qualities that are the envy of many other cities, a thriving cultural scene, a high proportion of independent shops, outstanding green space, world class heritage and a compact walkable centre but is there room for improvement? Organised by local architects Stride Treglown, exciting speakers explore, in a rapid Pecha Kucha format, what we can learn from other liveable cities and ultimately produce a manifesto of ideas and recommendations for the city.

Introduced by Jon Watkins Regional Director, RIBA

Hosted by Rob Delius, Stride Treglown Architects

We hope you’ll come along and take part in the event.

This is a free event to RIBA members and friends, but booking is recommended.