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Place-making in the City

Panel discussion chaired by Peter Murray with drinks and canapés on arrival

Responding to London Festival of Architecture’s 2016 theme ‘Community’ this panel discussion reflects on how we shape communities within the city, both in new buildings and retrofitting. Chaired by Peter Murray the evening will feature a range of expert panellists from across the industry who will consider the City’s current position as the world’s leading global financial centre as well as its unique architectural and cultural heritage over the last 2000 years. Panellists will debate the need for its built environment to constantly react to the fluctuations of the market and changing needs of businesses, alongside its increasing remit for the provision of high quality public space, green infrastructure and workplaces that provide for the health and well-being of employees. Panel: Paul Lincoln Deputy Chief Executive of the Landscape Institute, Oliver Bayliss Associate Director Buckely Gray Yeoman, Simon Glynn Acting Assistant Director of The Public Realm at the City of London Corporation, Karen Cook Founding Partner of PLP Architecture, Nigel Dunnett Landscape Designer and Carlin Fier Director of Marketing and Communications at Brookfield.


Peter Murray | talks


Date and Time:

29 June 2016 at 6:45 pm


2 hours 30 minutes



The City Centre
80 Basinghall Street
+44 (0)207 6008 362

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£35 (£28 Concession)

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Additional Information:

18.45 drinks and canapés reception for a 19.30 start. Event ends 21.00.

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