Event: Building Walkable Places – Panel Discussion in Parliament, 24 October

Date
24 Oct 2017, 10:00–12:00
Venue
Jubilee Room, Parliament

LGiU has been working with the Ramblers to investigate how councils can work with developers to build active and connected places. Our research highlights some of barriers, but also includes practical steps that can be taken to promote place-shaping across local government.

We have surveyed and interviewed councils across England, and will be releasing our results at a public discussion event in Parliament. Join us from 10am – 12pm on 24 October in the Jubilee Room, in Parliament, to discuss this new research

Speakers and panellists will include Angela Smith MP, Alan Benson (Head of housing strategy and commissioning at London Borough of Haringay), Andrew Walker (LGiU) and Kate Conto (Senior policy officer at the Ramblers).

For more details contact kate.conto@ramblers.org.uk


Speakers

Angela Smith MP

Alan Benson (Head of housing strategy and commissioning at London Borough of Haringay),

Andrew Walker (LGiU)

Kate Conto (Senior policy officer at the Ramblers)