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TCPA Annual Conference: Beyond beauty: Building hope for the future

Online - Zoom , United Kingdom
Virtual Event Virtual Event

In the context of ongoing uncertainty about next steps with the Westminster Government’s proposed radical reform of the planning system, and following COP26, the TCPA’s Annual Conference will consider what we need the planning system to deliver for the future, and whether the proposed reforms will help achieve outcomes which are better for people’s health, are democratic and will also help deliver the country’s carbon commitments. 

TCPA Spring Conference

Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, 108 Stamford Street, London, United Kingdom

The Heart of the Matter: the critical role of long-term stewardship in placemaking.

£90 – £420

TCPA Annual Conference 2022: Unpicking ‘levelling up’: what does it mean for place-making?

Regent's University London Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London, United Kingdom

The Westminster Government published the Levelling Up White Paper in February 2022, arguing that levelling up is a ‘moral, social and economic programme for the whole of government’. The White Paper set out policy ‘missions’, which will require commitment and collaboration, to which both prime ministerial candidates have committed. The reform of the English planning system is set to be taken forward in the context of delivering this agenda.

£90.00 – £360.00

A New Era for Green Infrastructure?

Online - Zoom , United Kingdom
Virtual Event Virtual Event

New rescheduled date Organised by the TCPA on behalf of the UK Green Infrastructure Partnership, this conference will consider the following questions: This conference is organised on behalf of the Green Infrastructure Partnership: 9.30-11.00 Session 1, chaired by Julia Thrift, Director of Healthier Place-making, TCPA Addressing the gap between strong national green infrastructure policy and…


Spring conference: Creating healthy active environments – moving from rhetoric to reality?

Online - Zoom , United Kingdom

The built and natural environments have profound impacts on people’s health, wellbeing and life chances. We know, for example, that substandard housing increases the likelihood of respiratory, cardiovascular and communicable diseases, as well as mortality. Poor-quality housing is associated with poor mental health, and can cause stress, depression, and anxiety. Our neighbourhoods are also crucially…

Free – £168.00

The art of creating inclusive places

St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London,WC2N 4JJ St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London, WC2N 4JJ St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square,, London

Join us for the 2023 annual Sir Frederic J Osborn and Lady Margaret Paterson Osborn memorial event which will focus on the importance of public art in creating inclusive spaces. We are delighted to confirm that this year's event will feature the US artist Tschabalala Self in conversation with the UK Journalist, Author and Heritage…


New Towns for Today and Tomorrow – a conference of the APPG on New Towns

The Torrance Hotel 135 Main Street, East Kilbride, Glasgow, United Kingdom

The New Towns programme remains the most ambitious urbanism initiative ever undertaken in the United Kingdom. The programme sought to provide jobs and affordable homes in healthy, balanced and thriving communities. The 32 New Towns delivered through the New Towns Act today provide homes for over 2.8 million people. They represent some of the fastest…


The TCPA Annual Conference 2023: Tackling the climate crisis – maximising the potential of planning and placemaking

Regents University, London Regents University, London

Regents University, London Extreme climate events and record-breaking temperatures throughout 2023 bring to life the devastating consequences to communities and the environment of a changing climate. These risks no longer represent distant and future challenges, but the climate conditions we now live with, and must be prioritised today. This conference will: We are grateful for…