‘Future Places and Spaces’ will focus on Northern Ireland
There is still time to register for the major one-day conference taking place in Belfast on Monday 1 June.
'Future Places and Spaces' will look at the design, implementation and management of Northern Ireland’s places and spaces. It is part of a celebration of 50 years of the landscape architectural profession in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The conference will be held at Riddel Hall, Stranmillis, Belfast and will be aimed at those who commission, deliver and manage places and spaces in the built environment, landscape architects, planners, environmental practitioners, students and professionals, and VIP guests.
Speakers will include Jason Prior, chief executive of planning and development at AECOM, who led the team that masterplanned the London 2012 Olympics and Andrew Grant, founder of Grant Associates, best known for the Gardens by the Bay in Singapore. Also speaking will be Simon Ogden, head of development at Sheffield City Council, and Zac Tudor, the city's principal landscape architect.
There will also be three speakers from LI Northern Ireland: Emily Smyth and Peter Hutchinson, who are co-chairs; and, Pete Mullin, the LI's policy officer there.
Also speaking will be Simon Ogden, head of city development at Sheffield City Council and Zac Tudor, principal landscape architect in Sheffield. They will talk about the way that landscape initiatives have transformed the shape and image of the city.
You can register here.