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Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Issues Now 2014 Built Environment Debates / Wednesdays at 10.30am

Emily Smyth, University of Ulster

The "Issues Now" series of coffee-time debates relating to design of the built environment has returned following the success of the 2013 series.

‘Issues Now coffee-­‐time debates’ will take place in the public forum of the Black Box café on Hill Street, and are open to practising members of the professional disciplines in the design of the built environment, and other individuals and parties involved in the design of the built environment.

The debates take place between representatives of organisations with remit relating to the design of the built environment, who are invited to discuss the issues that cause them significant concern relating to the design of the built environment.


2014 ISSUES NOW SERIES

Wednesdays from 10.30am - 12pm in the Black Box, Hill Streeet, Belfast

Wed 24 September
  • Emily Smyth, Series Coordinator
  • Forum for Alternative Belfast - Mark Hackett, Director

Wed 1 October
  • Royal Society of Ulster Architects - Martin Hare, President
  • Landscape Institute - Pete Mullin, Policy Consultant
  • Belfast Healthy Cities - Laura Macdonald, Health Development Officer

Wed 8 October
  • Institution of Civil Engineers - Richard Kirk, Regional Director 
  • Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management - Paul Lynas, Irish Section Committee
  • Ulster Wildlife Trust - Conor McKinney, Living Landscapes Manager

15 October - 5 November: No sessions

Wed 12 November
  • PLACE - Michael Corr, Creative Director
  • Friends of the Earth - James Orr, Northern Ireland Director 
  • Architect and philosopher - Bill Thompson

Wed 19 November
  • Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment in Northern Ireland - Arthur Acheson, Chair
  • Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors - Neil Johnston, Public Policy Officer
  • Sustainable NI - Jim Kitchen, Director

Wed 26 November
  • Institution of Civil Engineers - Richard Kirk, Regional Director 
  • Royal Town Planning Institute - David Mounstephen, Chairman 
  • Climate NI - Jane McCullough, Project Officer

Wed 3 December
  • Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment in Northern Ireland - Alwyn Riddell, Member
  • Construction Industry Group of Northern Ireland - Gordon Best, Executive Officer
  • Northern Ireland Environment Link - Stephen McCabe, Senior Policy Officer

Wed 10 December
  • Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors - Patrice Cairns, Policy Manager
  • Royal Town Planning Institute - Claire Williamson, Policy Officer 
  • Police Service of Northern Ireland - Kenny McHugh, Crime Prevention Design Advisor

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