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Light Dark: New England Quarter Brighton
Light & Dark Action research walkshops
3.45pm – 7.30pm Tuesday 10 March, 2015
New England Quarter, Brighton
Light & Dark: New England Quarter, Brighton is one of a series of action research half day events in 4 different locations (types of places) between London & Brighton before and after dark, to establish a simple and effective methodology to develop guidance in designing active and liveable neighbourhoods.
Our aim is to develop guidance for community stakeholders, professionals and practitioners on how to improve existing and new neighbourhoods to encourage active travel and contribute to residents’ health and well-being. We want to create neighbourhoods in which people can safely walk, cycle, work, learn, play, shop and relax – from early in the morning to late into the evening.
What will take place: two one hour walkshops, a 40 minute mid point discussion (with refreshments), and a final 40 minute debrief:
3.45pm – meet & introductions (at Brighton rail station)
4.00pm – first walkshop (daylight)
5.00pm – mid point discussion (at a cafe - venue tbc)
5.40pm – second walkshop (dusk / darkness)
6.40pm – debrief & ideas share (at a cafe - venue tbc)
7.30pm – close
To book the first event, either via Credit card or PayPal
or if requiring an invoice
Tickets are £40 per person
Your place is NOT guaranteed until payment has been received.
Ideally we want to undertake events in 4 different types of places: city centre, suburbs, semi-rural and housing estate.
Each event will involve testing out a number of methods of:
- critical observation,
- suggestions for retrofit,
- future proofing of new developments,
- exploring engagement and interaction,
- how to articulate a community’s desires in a brief,
- providing advice prior to planning applications,
each – devised through a sharing participatory walkshop.
Book early to ensure your place
Brought to you by: Andrew Stuck from Rethinking Cities Ltd, and Annette Hards from Sussex PlaceNet – supported by Brighton & Hove City Council and UCL Transport Institute
Date added: 11 December 2014
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