San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Talk and discussion by Wolfson Prize winner 2014 David Rudlin (Director of URBED), with guest Mary Creagh MP
David Rudlin, Beam's Chair and Director of the Manchester based consultancy URBED will describe his submission which won the 2014 Wolfson Economics Prize. This explores the problems of housebuilding, housing markets and the planning system and suggests that garden cities are probably not the answer. However a new approach based on garden city principles could well hold the key to strengthening our existing towns and cities and increasing the number and quality of homes that we build.
Doors open 7pm. Talk starts 7.30pm
The licensed Orangery Cafe Bar will be open selling a range of hot and cold drinks, including alcoholic beverages.
For more information, please telephone: 01924 215550 or visit: www.the-orangery.uk.net.
*Limited parking available on site
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Beam work with Artists and communities to enhance places through the development of bespoke creative arts projects. Beam is the trading name of Public Arts – an arts organisation and charity founded in 1986, based in Wakefield and working across the Yorkshire region and beyond.