And Breathe
2018 Housing Design Awards Seminar
NHS England has tasked homebuilders to support better health outcomes. What that means, whether encouraging outdoor activity to providing communal features so those making a home in new developments avoid isolation, will be clarified in guidance later this year. Which are the best examples to date of how to promote well-being and which are being tipped to feature as case studies in forthcoming NHS guidance?
IN ASSOCIATION WITH NHS ENGLAND’S HEALTHY NEW TOWNS PROGRAMME, THE LANDSCAPE INSTITUTE AND EBBSFLEET DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.
Seminar includes unveiling the shortlist for the Landscape Institute-managed design competition for a modern Garden City for Ebbsfleet, a highlight of NHS England’s Healthy New Towns programme.
Kelvin Theatre
The IET, 2 Savoy Place,
London
WC2R 0BL
Monday 2 July 2018
2:00pm – 4.30pm
Monday 2 July 2018
2:00pm – 4.30pm
Monday 2 July 2018
2:00pm – 4.30pm
Monday 2 July 2018
2:00pm – 4.30pm
Followed by
Housing Design Awards ceremony
5:00pm – 6:30pm 5:00pm – 6:30pm 5:00pm – 6:30pm 5:00pm – 6:30pm
COMPLIMENTARY TICKET OFFER TO PUBLIC SECTOR AND HOUSING DESIGN AWARDS SUPPORTERS
Reserve tickets for seminar and ceremony using password: andBreathe
ORDER TICKETS
by Friday 22nd June
Programme
13.30 Doors open for registration and coffee
14.00 Introduction by chairs and HDA judges
Esther Kurland, Transport for London Head Of Urban Design
Andrew Von Bradsky, Ministry for Housing Communities and Local Government
14.10 Choose it or lose it
‘Healthy Streets’, amenity space and the quality of common parts people will choose to use.
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CASE STUDY 1
The Bourne Estate
COMPLETED
London Borough of Camden’s renewal of its Edwardian Bourne estate near Leather Lane has pioneered current best practice, including one of the best examples to date of a new–build TFL “Healthy Street”. The organisation of apartments also sets a benchmark for how private and shared spaces can be designed to offer both private havens and attractive communal areas. How does this scheme show how to turn common parts into something far more than circulation?
Matthew Lloyd of Matthew Lloyd Architects and Andrew McDermott, LB Camden Council Team Leader Regeneration
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CASE STUDY 2
St Andrew’s Riverside, Tiverton
PROJECT
3 Rivers, a development vehicle 100% owned by Mid Devon District Council, commissioned a national competition for an awkward site on the bank of the River Exe in Tiverton. The resulting design eschews the commonplace riverside warehouse style apartment block for 11 houses and 28 apartments cluster of 2 and 3 storey buildings in an arrangement where homes are accessed down pedestrian lanes and linked round greens. All apartments have west-facing balconies, all houses have private gardens. How can layout and outdoor spaces help a market-sale commuter development avoid becoming a dormitory estate?
David Mikhail of Mikhail Riches Architects and Mid Devon DC representative tbc
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CASE STUDY 3
Kirkstall Forge
PROJECT
An industrial site on the fringe of Leeds since the 12th century, its renewal proposes more than 1,000 new homes and 30,000 sqm of commercial spaces around a new rail link and riverside destination composed of recreation facillities. For decades, renewal has been led by A Slug and Lettuce or All Bar One. How does Kirkstall Forge deliver on the health agenda?
Keith Bradley, senior partner of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Jon Kenny, CEG Development Director
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15.30 Panel discussion with audience questions
16.00 Designing and managing a 21st Century Garden City
Dan Cook, Chief Executive of the Landscape Institute, presents on the role of landscape in public health before unveiling the shortlist for the international competition for Ebbsfleet.
16.30 Ends. Chance to review entries ahead of Housing Design Awards Ceremony.

 

 

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