Space & Place 2015
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Space & Place 2015

Remaking localities through active consultation

12 Nov 2015 The KIA Oval London

Phone: 020 7091 7865   Email   Go to Website 
** Last chance to book **

£149 - £299 + VAT

A Landor LINKS Intelligent City Mobility Event

In order to improve High Street economies, create better places to live, improve public health and create a cleaner environment, local authorities are championing all manner of schemes that change people's relationship with the car and encourage more walking, cycling and use of public transport.

Approaches include redesigning the physical street-scene, altering traffic regulations and rights of access, using permits and pricing mechanisms, and also education and behavioural change initiatives.

The Space & Place seminar will look at how to transform these transport and placemaking solutions from ideas to reality. The day will look at:

  • Understanding and defining problems and need
  • Reimagining how the kerbside is used
  • Funding schemes
  • Selecting the right solution
  • Consultation and communication

Space & Place is co-located with The Car and the City and Parking World.

All tickets enable you to move freely between the concurrently running conference streams

This conference is organised by Landor LINKS.

The programme

This event is programmed by Deniz Huseyin, editor of Get Britain Cycling, and Mark Moran, editor of Parking Review. It is organised by the Landor LINKS team who run the Cycle Cities and Smarter Travel as well as the new Cycle Planning Awards.

To discuss the programme contact Mark Moran via email: 

Speakers confirmed so far...

  • John Dales, Director, Urban Movement
  • Oliver Davey, Traffic Engineer, Urban Movement
  • David Graham, Head of Strategy (Workplaces and Schools), Living Streets
  • Joe Green, Smarter Choices Manager, Sustrans (West Midlands)
  • Yvonne Harvey, Blue Badge Senior, Brighton & Hove City Council
  • Vanessa Kelly, Major Infrastructure Delivery Officer, Cambridgeshire County Council
  • Dr Rachel Lee, Policy & Research Coordinator, Living Streets
  • Jon Little, Complementary Measures Manager: Mini-Holland, Waltham Forest Council
  • Nick Lester-Davis, Corporate Director of Services, London Councils & President, European Parking Association 
  • Dr Steve Melia, Senior Lecturer in Transport and Planning, WSP/University of the West of England
  • Andrew Potter, Technical Director, Parsons Brinckerhoff 
  • John Siraut, Director, Economics, Jacobs 
  • More to come...

The exhibition

Space & Place will provide your organisation with the perfect opportunity to carefully target the marketing of your products and services to those within the parking sector. 

The exhibition package comprises:

  • 3m x 2m exhibition floor space
  • Table & chair
  • Power supply and Wi-Fi access
  • Two delegate places with access to all seminars
  • Company profile in the exhibition guide
  • Online promotion via the event website and e-shots

To book a stand:

Contact Tracy Hawley to discuss exhibiting at Space & Place: 

Tel: 0121 218 0542

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