Placemaking for recovery
Covid-19 has decimated local economies, exposing gulfs in health, wealth and opportunity. LGC Future Places offers inspiration and support for those seeking to rebuild local economies to be fairer, greener and more inclusive. This event will take place on our virtual platform, over two consecutive mornings.
It is evident that the pandemic has had a significant impact on repurposing space for our communities. By attending LGC Future Places you will gain clarity on this critical area and what it means for your organisation. Some of the key areas which will be debated within the event include regeneration, housing, planning, technology, funding and town centre renewal.
Use the best virtual platform available to meet up with more delegates before, during, and after the event, to share resources and ideas.
Attending LGC Future Places will give you the opportunity to focus on your place, share your challenges with your peers and key stakeholders, and to plan.
THEMES INCLUDE REGENERATION, HOUSING, PLANNING,TECHNOLOGY, FUNDING AND TOWN CENTRE RENEWAL.
LGC Future Places will be attended by an audience from the public and private sector including:
> Directors of place, economic development, growth, planning, environment, public health, property/estates, regeneration, housing, communities, infrastructure, digital services
> Chief executives
> Council leaders, and councillors leading on place issues
> Architects, urban designers, master planners, civil engineers, developers, engineering consultants and main contractors
Key reasons to attend include:
Hear from high-profile speakers
Inspiration from leading thinkers and doers in the sector, as they share insights and ideas on the critical issues
Benefit from extensive networking
Learn from examples of great innovation, best practice from across the country, and expert advice and guidance to support your work in creating your place
Join the discussion and replay on demand
Join the event from the convenience of your own home or office with no impact on your carbon footprint