The Future Planning - Designing Places in a Climate Emergency Conference will take place in Glasgow on 8th October 2019. We are pleased to have a wide array of expertise represented within the programme. Here we list the contributors to the third session.
How do we practically deliver on this?
This session comprises an opening talk before lunch (12.45 am), followed by a choice of three workshops after lunch (workshops start at 2 pm)
Louise Clarke, Head of Sustainable Places, Berkeley Group
Louise is responsible for setting and implementing the group’s strategy to create sustainable places. This includes leading and focusing on their commitments to climate change including net gain, overheating, net zero carbon homes and social value. Louise has specialised in sustainability throughout her career and has a keen interest in placemaking which stemmed from her masters in Urban Design. Louise sits on the Green Construction Board and is a CIC Board member.
Parallel session choices
Blindwells & Cockenzie: Masterplanning a Destination
- Andy Stewart, East Lothian Council
- Danny McKendry, Architecture & Design Scotland
- Frazer McNaughton, Scottish Natural Heritage
Infrastructure for a Climate Emergency
- Dawn Lochhead, Scottish Water
- Chiquita Elvin, Sustrans
- Paul Moseley, Scottish Futures Trust
- Kit England, Climate Ready Clyde / Sniffer
- Chris Brown, Igloo Regeneration
- Emilie Wadsworth, Central Scotland Green Network Trust
Chair - Andy Milne, SURF (Scotland's Regeneration Forum)
Principles of Climate Adapted Neighbourhoods
- Julie Waldron, City of Edinburgh Council
- Dr. Rebecca Wade, University of Abertay
- Dr. Russell Jones, Glasgow Centre for Population Health
Facilitator - Sandra Macaskill, CaskieCo