Urban Extensions – a sustainable future?
25 November 2014
The Bartlett School of Planning has organised a debate under the title “Are urban extensions the answer to Britain’s sustainable urban future?” This is an open debate for students, academics and practitioners on whether ‘urban extensions’ can be an answer to Britain’s sustainable urban development plans (if any), but also the current housing shortage and wider development pressures. The main speaker is David Rudlin (URBED), the winner of this year’s Wolfson Economics Prize, who will talk about ‘Uxcester Garden City,’ his winning entry.
The debate is open to all. It takes place on 11 December between 10.00 and 13.00 at The Venue, ULU, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HY. See here for more details.