Coming soon: the Place Masterclass podcast

Our new series is dedicated to sharing best practices for key topics and issues within the built environment, from generating meaningful social value to creating 15-minute neighbourhoods.

The Place Masterclass series is launching this summer and will feature a small batch of well-crafted episodes featuring leaders in the industry.

Fairhursts Design Group will discuss how to redesign a commercial space for science tenants, while Buttress Architects will sound off on the best way to convert a listed building. And you won’t want to miss Copper Consultancy’s episode, featuring the firm’s top tips for holding a public consultation.

There’s still time to get involved.

If you have wisdom to share and want to showcase your expertise, speak directly to our audience and further establish your prowess in the field get in touch with Dino Moutsopolous or Tom Kerr today.

For just £2,500+VAT, Place will chair, record, edit and publish your podcast on SpotifyApple Podcasts and Google Podcasts. We will also put your masterclass in front of our 300,000+ monthly website visitors and send it directly to our 12,500+ subscribers through our newsletter.

Full package details for Place Masterclass

Need some inspiration? Here are some topics we’re looking to cover:

  • How to deal with NIMBYs
  • How to generate meaningful social value
  • How to work with local councils
  • How to pedestrianise a street
  • How to bid for government funding
  • How to keep tenants engaged
  • How to navigate business rates
  • How to create a 15-minute neighbourhood
  • How to navigate WELL, NABERS, BREEAM – and which is best

Space is limited for this series. Contact Dino Moutsopolous or Tom Kerr to learn more.

Dino Moutsopolous

07803 988112



Tom Kerr

07366 564828

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