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Wednesday 13 September 2017, Kellogg College
Managing Contemporary and Historic Development and Design - Oxford
This fascinating two-part walking tour and seminar is an opportunity to visit developments built over the last 10 years around Oxford in their historic urban context, and discuss ways of balancing historic and contemporary design.
It will be useful to local authority officers and councillors with planning and design portfolios, conservation officers, developers, architects, urban designers and planners in private practice, town and parish councillors, and civic society members.
Please see the Programme at the end of this page, or here for more information. To book please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/managing-historic-and-contemporary-development-oxford-registration-36268737771?aff=weblink
Supporting Historic High Streets: The Ingredients for Success in the 21st Century - Part 1
Education-led Regeneration and Growth
Understanding Local Distinctiveness to inform new development - the challenge for new housing in town and country, in association with BOBMK
Supporting Historic High Streets: The Ingredients for Success in the 21st Century - Part 2
Under Pressure: The value of smaller settlements - form, function and setting, in association with The Urban Design Group
Cultural Buildings, Heritage and Community Action
Presentations and reports from previous events, conferences and seminars
|Historic Built Environment Seminars||Oxford||25 February||Presentations|
|Local Authority Skills’ Summit – discussion forum||London||18 February||Presentations|
|Heritage Tourism, Ruralism and Business in a Broadband Age||Poundbury||03 April|
|Annual Planning Legislation Update||London||1 May|
|Neighbourhood Planning - how to do it with heritage|
Annual Heritage Legislation Update
View presentations and reports from previous years' events here.
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