LAUDF 12 – Newsletter – Dec 2018

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The Local Authority Urban Design Forum (LAUDF) is a network for local authority practitioners involved in urban design to share ideas on current issues, to learn from each other’s experience and to build up resources for mutual benefit.

This newsletter covers the 12th LAUDF meeting. The theme of Approaches to Placemaking, Design Review and Assessment was chosen by the steering group. An agenda was then developed by the chairs Matthew Spurway from West Dunbartonshire Council and Francis Newton from Edinburgh City Council, with input from the steering group and Architecture and Design Scotland.

Presentations and learning exchange sessions were curated to enable sharing of knowledge around issues including design advice, design governance, mechanisms to measure and celebrate design quality, rural development frameworks and local panels. The forum was attended by over 48 professionals representing 22 different local authorities and public bodies.

View the newsletter via the link below.

Download: LAUDF 12 Newsletter

SERVICE: Health Design Advice

Our Health Design Advice service, delivered with Health Facilities Scotland, helps those who commission new, or substantially redeveloped, facilities.

OUR APPROACH: Providing Advice

One of our key areas of work is to provide advice on design - A&DS supports investment in homes and public buildings, and everything in between.

SERVICE: Design Advice for Schools

A&DS offers a design support to education authorities offering an external view, peer support, facilitation and learning networks.

Making Places Initiative

Find out more about the Scottish Government's Making Places Initiative and the latest developments.

Blog: The Right to Great Design

What is great design? Notes from a conversation facilitated by Sophia de Sousa from the Glass House as part of the 2017 Architecture Fringe.

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