Apply by 5 September for the chance to win free tickets
Applications to join in this year's free Open-City debate on pollution close at noon on 5 September. Speakers include Landscape Institute President Noel Farrer to discuss the question: ‘What can London’s built environment experts do to help clean up our city for good?’
Also confirmed are Roland Grzybek, (Chair, ICE London and Water and Environment Management Framework Manager, CH2M HILL), Jenny Bates (Friends of the Earth campaigner), Frank Kelly (Professor of Environmental Health and Director, Environmental Research Group, King's College London), Paul Heather (Managing Director, Skanska) and John Vidal (Environment Editor, The Guardian).
The event will be held on Wednesday 9 September, from 6.45-8.30pm, at Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, 1 Sheffield Street, London WC2A 2EY.
The annual Open-City debate is a precursor to London Open House weekend, taking place on 19–20 September. Landscape highlights of this year's programme include guided walks of King's Cross Public Realm, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Ladywell Fields, and Woolwich's Gordon Square. More information on the Open House landscape programme, including how to book, is available here.
To enter the Open-City debate ballot, submit your details here.
You can also have your say and pose questions to the panel via this Open City survey.