Planning for Place Programme Manager
Tel. 07908 930763
Tel. 07834 516824
This event reviewed current tools to create more successful places through a series of presentations and interactive sessions. It featured West Dunbartonshire’s initiative to develop an Urban Design Panel in an area of deprivation. When well designed, place can improve lives and the delivery of services.
Place is identified as a central theme in how the public service improves quality of life.
A summary of presentations and the outputs from the interactive workshops is available. All the presentations from the event are available below.
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