Election 2015: Building a Better Britain - The Plymouth Debate
- Government & Politics
- Devonport Lecture Theatre, PL4 8AA Plymouth
Abbey Sands, Torquay under construction
RIBA South West Annual Open Meeting 2014:
[Programme and meeting location updated on 23 September]
Join colleagues and friends for the RIBA South West Annual Open Meeting 2014 at Torquay with a triple bill programme and drinks and nibbles – all on the English Riviera. This event to celebrate progress made by the regional members and branches will include the official handover of the regional chair from Tim Hancock to Jonathan Braddick.
The Annual Open Meeting now starts at the Riviera International Centre and concludes at Abbey Sands for logistical circumstances.
Talk ‘n’ Tour: Abbey Sands by Torquay-based Kay Elliott Architects is six-storey mixed-use development and includes four restaurants, 14 open market apartments and 14 serviced apartments with parking. Architects from Kay Elliott's will take guests around the complex, reavealing the architecture and construction.
Election 2015: RIBA Polict & Public Affairs Manager Andrew Forth will host an interactive session on how RIBA members in the South West can be part of the 2015 General Election campaign, including presenting the RIBA Building a Better Britain report that underlies the campaign. The RIBA can seek to influence prpsepctive candidates and existing MPs, and this session will help you to be part of that essential political process.
This event is a must-attend event for RIBA members and colleagues looking to hear about progress, want to input to future progress, or simply want to enjoy a relaxing evening in Torquay.
17.15: Arrival drinks and nibbles
17.45: RIBA South West Annual Open Meeting
18.10: Election 2015, with Andrew Forth, RIBA Policy & Public Affairs Manager
18.45: Charity auction of Tim Soar photographs for Architects Benevolant Society/Community Health in Keyham
19.05: 5 minute walk to...
19.10: Talk 'n' tour of Abbey Sands, with Kay Elliott Architects
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