Organiser: Ralf Thiede
Location: The Escalator, Deansgate, Manchester
Phone: 07767 111190
Your speaker: David Rudlin, URBED
For the first time in years housing has been an election issue – we need to be building around 250,000 new homes every year and are falling short by around 100,000. For some towns this is a huge problem as they struggle to find additional land for housing in the face of local opposition. Others, especially the large cities, see it as an opportunity to grow their economy and population.
Since winning the Wolfson Economics prize last year David Rudlin of URBED has been working with Sheffield Council to explore the implications of housing growth to create an more successful, sustainable conurbation. He will describe this work and the implications for other cities.
Sign up for your free place: http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/big-cities-sustainability-tickets-17051973913
For more information contact Ralf Thiede on 07767 111190 or firstname.lastname@example.org