Van Gogh Walk, Lambeth
East Bank River Arun, Littlehampton
Clapham Old Town, London
Millennium Town Park St Helier, Jersey
South Quay and Foundry Square, Hayle
Firepool Taunton, Somerset
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
Place Alliance is a movement for place quality. It is founded on the idea that through collaboration and better communication we can establish a culture whereby the quality of place becomes an everyday national and local priority. Place Alliance is open to all and brings together organisations and individuals who share the belief that the quality of our built environment has a profound influence on people’s lives.
The RTPI Awards for Research Excellence recognise and promote high quality, impactful spatial planning research from RTPI accredited planning schools, and planning consultancies, in the UK, the Republic of Ireland and internationally.
Place Alliance is excited to announce its second Urban Design Summer School taking place from Thursday 14 till Saturday 16 of September 2017 in the newly refurbished Bartlett School of Architecture at 22 Gordon Street.
More details will be availble in the coming weeks.
On-line bookings are now open via the UCL On-line Store. Early birds rate are available until the end of April. Book your place here!
Happening this month
Find out about all other future Events on our What’s On page
Trees, People and Build Environment 3 Conference
5th April 2017 - 6th April 2017
University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
UDG Event - Africa’s Towns and Cities: the challenge of urban growth
12th April 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The Gallery 70 Cowcross Street EC1M 6 EJ London United Kingdom
BIG MEET 7: 'Engaging People in Place Making'
25th April 2017
University College London, Gower St, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 6BT, UK
01/02/2017 Place Alliance February Newsletter
12/01/2017 – The Place Alliance welcomes the call from the Federation of Master Builders and LGiU for local authorities to adopt the idea of Coordinating codes for small sites. The Place Alliance has argued that these can give certainty to all involved, help to engage communities and lead to a more proactive and creative planning process. They are quick and cheap to produce. More
URBAN DESIGN MATTERS A regular blog by Prof. Matthew Carmona of The Bartlett School of Planning on urban design issues in the UK and internationally