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HOUSING PASTS HOUSING FUTURES 2017
Thu 4 May 2017, 09:30 – 14:00 BST
HOUSING PASTS AND HOUSING FUTURES
4th May 2017 Sheffield Hallam University Charles St Sheffield S1 2NH 9.30 - 2.00
Everyone needs a place to live both now and in the future. Integrated, inclusive and sustainable housing is integral to the future of our neighbourhoods. Debates surrounding how housing provision shapes our neighbourhoods therefore have a universality which have global reach across a range of disciplines. Yet at the same time, housing providers today across all tenure groups face unprecedented challenges. More specifically, how can we use the cumulative knowledge at SHU to explore and address these challenges? The Housing and Neighbourhoods Research Group invites you to explore these are other issues at our launch event on 4th May 2017. Uniting SHU wide expertise and knowledge on the day, we will critically consider as a collective the past and future of housing provision at the local and global scale and, more specifically, its relevance in shaping the neighbourhoods.
9.30 Registration and tea/coffee Charles St 12.0.06
10.00 Opening address - Dr Angela Maye-Banbury, Chair Housing & Neighbourhoods Group NBE. Charles St 12.0.06
10.15 Key note address 1 - Ian Cole, Professor of Housing Studies, CRESR - Sheffield Hallam University. 'Heat, Light or Dust? Personal Reflections on the variable impact of housing and neighbourhoods research over the past thirty years.' Charles St 12.0.06
10.35 Key note address 2 - Göran Collste, Professor of Applied Ethics - Centre For Applied Ethics, Linköping University Sweden 'Research in Society - Ethical Aspects.' Charles St 12.0.06
11.00 Refreshments CharlesSt-12.0.06
11.30 Workshop session 1. Choose one from the three themes listed below:
Workshop A: The truth and nothing but the truth: conducting housing and neighbourhood research in an 'alternative fact' society. Facilitator - Dr Angela Maye-Banbury SHU. Charles St 12.2.10.
Workshop B: Energy and sustainable cities. Facilitator - Professor Barry Goodchild SHU. CharlesSt 12.3.16.
Workshop C: Supporting individuals to help themselves to create popular and sustainable communities. Facilitators - Ceri Lewis, Nuala Reilly from Connect Housing and Chris Chinnock, Social Enterprise & Community Development Consultant. Charles St 12.5.14.
12.15 Workshop session 2. Choose one from the two themes listed below: