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Evolution in the Town and Country: See the future of housing design and layout

Expert seminar on Housing Design Awards shortlist, in partnership with Design for Homes

Every year, the Government's Housing Design Awards judges review hundreds of schemes shortly after obtaining planning permission. This expert seminar offers an introduction to entries that the judges picked out as providing solutions for layout and planning issues currently facing the development industry.

• What changes are in the housing production pipeline?
• How is layout creating apartment density with fewer costs?
• What's changing in designs about to go on site in England?

This is the first chance to hear from the design and development teams behind six exceptional schemes and interrogate what is coming out of the ground this year and next – from urban house types for estate regeneration to Garden City-type retirement villages to organic rural layouts.


David Birkbeck | talks
Julie Tanner | talks
Brendan Kilpatrick | talks
Dr Keith Briggs | talks
Alan Shingler | talks
David Huggett | talks
David West | talks
Stephen Proctor | talks
Glen Richardson | talks
Karl Hick | talks
Jonathan Hendry | talks
Jason Longhurst | talks


Date and Time:

20 June 2012 at 2:00 pm


Half Day



BP Lecture Theatre, The British Museum
Great Russell Street
020 7323 8181
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Organised by:

Architecture Centre Network
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£100 + VAT (free to planning authority staff)

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