LISW AGM and CPD Day – 28th April 2016

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This years’ AGM is to be held jointly with a Placemaking themed CPD day on Thursday 28th April entitled:


Old Spaces to New Places:

The Benefits of Placemaking in Bristol’s Urban Regeneration


Please see the programme for the day below, along with a flyer for the event.



Openspace, 1 St Georges Rd, Bristol, BS1 5BE




10am – 4.30pm

Tickets are £40 for LI members (£20 concession), with booking information available here. Please feel free to forward on to colleagues in a related discipline who may be interested in the CPD.  A number of tickets are available to non LI-members at £50.

PROGRAMME: 28th April 2016 

9.30am Arrival for coffee, seated for 10am start.


10:00 Bristol Green Capital Partnership – developing and delivering a vision for a greener Bristol

– Ian Barrett, England Director, Sustrans


10.30 “What Makes a Good Transit Hub?”

– Allison Dutoit, Associate, Gehl Architects


11.00 Bristol: A Legible City

– Nat Roberton, Project Manager, Bristol City Council


COFFEE BREAK 11.30 – 11.45


11:45 Bristol Temple Quarter: Shaping a New City Quarter

– Richard Goldthorpe, Placeshaping Team Manager, Bristol City Council


12.15 Bristol Temple Quarter: Public Realm Projects

– Andrew Linfoot, Landscape and Urban Design Team Leader, UK, CH2M


LUNCH 12.45 – 13.45


13:45 Sylvia Crowe placemaking – A Cumberland Basin retrospective

– Wendy Tippett, CMLI, Andrew Kenyon Architects


14:15 Treeconomics. Quantifying the benefit of trees within city infrastructure

– Kenton Rogers, Director Treeconomics


15:05 Discussion and Questions


15:25 Pathway to Chartership

– Alice Knight, Professional Development Officer, Landscape Institute


15:45 Closing Address

– Merrick Denton-Thompson, President-Elect, Landscape Institute


16:00 Annual General Meeting of the LISW with election of honorary officers


16:30 End


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