11 May, 2018
Green Sky Thinking
We're delighted to welcome Open City to The Print House.
Prompted by the omission of the density matrix from the New London Plan, a panel will discuss place-making, and consider the drivers that will direct appropriate density in future housing development within London. The panel will compare this within London’s surrounds, as well as further afield, with a range of speakers offering diverse perspectives on this challenging subject.
We will discuss what is the most effective way of safeguarding appropriate scale of design and creating pieces of city that are livable. We will consider whether or not planning policy needs a density target, or whether it is more effective to uphold positive qualities such as; ample daylight
& ventilation; access to community infrastructure such as schools & healthcare; proximity to public transport; and consideration of urban setting.
A range of viewpoints will be given a platform with developers as well as designers speaking on subjects including; place-making and density in the creation of new housing schemes; promoting higher density neighbourhoods on former industrial land; creation of new places to live in London’s
surrounds; and a discussion of development in outer London boroughs.
- Speakers include:
- Jennifer Currier, Head of Design - Red Door Ventures
- Oliver Bulleid, Associate Director - Mæ
- Peter Maxwell, Director of Design - London Legacy Development Corporation
- Michiel van Soest, Development Manager - Vastint
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