Date: 28 September 2011 - 25 February 2022, 10:25 - 12:00

Location: Barceló Blackpool Imperial Hotel, North Promenade, FY1 2HB

Email: info@placesmatter.co.uk

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Manual for Streets Workshop: Blackpool

Date: 28 September 2011 - 25 February 2022, 10:25 - 12:00

Location: Barceló Blackpool Imperial Hotel, North Promenade, FY1 2HB

Email: info@placesmatter.co.uk

Manual for Streets, published by the Department for Transport, gives advice for the design of streets in England and Wales. It represents a strong Government and Welsh Assembly commitment to the creation of sustainable and inclusive public spaces.

There is a need to transform the quality of streets, and this requires a new approach to their provision. The Manual is aimed at any organisation or discipline with an interest in streets, ranging from access officers to the emergency services. The importance of joint working among practitioners is a key feature of the Manual.

This workshop will give an overview of the Manual for Streets and outline the principles of successful street design. Each workshop focuses on a local and relevant case study site, providing hands-on guidance and expertise.

This workshop is to be presented by Martin Stockley, STOCKLEY

Programme:

9.25 Welcome & Introduction

9.30 Background to Manual for Streets (Martin Stockley, Stockley)

10.15 Exemplar site visit & talk

11.45 Workshop & Refreshments

13.00 Lunch & Presentations

13.45 Conclusions

14.00 Close

This workshop is one of a series of workshops taking place in different locations across the country during Autumn 2011. For more information about the dates and locations of the other workshops, click here…

For more information about Manual for Streets and to download a copy, click here…

Price per Delegate: Free

Places: 35

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