Debate: how can great places create value for local people?

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A&DS is supporting the upcoming debate on October 10th in Glasgow as part of a national debate series created by The Glass-House Community Led Design ;- PuttingPeople in their Place. The debate series, in partnership with The Academy of Urbanism, is aimed at getting people;talking about placemaking. This year’s debates will explore theever-changing relationship between people, place and value.

On October 10th the debate comes to Glasgow and will discuss “How can great places create value for local people?”

Held at the Barras Art & Design Centre, 54 Calton Entry, Glasgow, G40 2SB, from 6 – 8pm, speakers include:

Christopher Rowe, Treasurer, Love Milton
Professor Brian M Evans, Partner, Gillespies
Chris Breslin, Design & Regeneration Manager, ISIS

Chair: Kevin Murray, Director of Kevin Murray Associates,
Chair of The Academy of Urbanism

Booking: Register for free at
More info:
Twitter: @GlassHouseCLD #GHdebate


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