We all want to create liveable cities in which people thrive and prosper, but how to make that ideal come true? The Liveable City’s opening seminar focuses on the political process of moving from vision to action, bringing in experiences from recent years where Danish cities as well as cities around the world have undergone a remarkable transformation. Here, examples of successful project proposals to encourage economic development and investment to an area will be presented, including how to attract landmark projects and early adopters.
This event is part of the Liveable City programme, which is organised by the Danish Embassy and supported by The Royal Incorporation Of Architects In Scotland as well as Construction Scotland Innovation Centre. It is also part of The Festival of Architecture.
Claus Grube, Ambassador of Denmark
Frank McAveety, Councillor, Leader of the Council
Riccardo Andrea Marini, Director, Gehl Architects, Copenhagen
Ian Gilzean, Chief Architect, The Scottish Government
Tim E Andersen, Project Director, FredericaC
Allan Watt, Waterfront Project Director, Dundee City Council
Summing up and conclusions: Frank Boyle, Business Relationship Manager, Construction Scotland Innovation Centre
For more information, please contact Helle Sejersen Myrthue, +44 77 6869 6224, firstname.lastname@example.org