Many thanks to all who attended the conference “Regeneration: Beyond the Crisis” hosted by the Dublin Institute of Technology and the Institute of Economic Development and held in DIT Bolton Street in Dublin on Friday 8th November 2013.
The Presentations from the afternoon may be accessed by clicking on the links below:
Friday 8th November 2013
- Grangegorman takes shape Dr. Paul Horan Head of Campus Planning, DIT Grangegorman Campus
- Introduction to the new Master of Science in Urban Regeneration and Development Ciarán Cuffe, School of Spatial Planning and Transport Engineering, Dublin Institute of Technology
- Reshaping local government for the twenty-first century John McCarthy, Assistant Secretary Department of Environment, Community and Local Government (Local Government Reform)
- Large scale regeneration projects: an uncertain future? Nigel Wilcock, Mickledore Ltd. &Institute of Economic Development, UK
- Limerick: social and community regeneration Jason Murphy SEO Limerick Regeneration
- Role of Culture in Regeneration Linda Williams Head of Economic Development at Derry City Council
- Scottish local authorities: delivering regeneration Richard Sweetnam, Improvement Service, and Institute of Economic Development, Scotland
- Redesigning urban living Ali Grehan, Dublin City Architect
- The role of NAMA in the regeneration process Chris McGarry, Planning & Development Advisor, National Assets Management Agency
- Introduction to the Institute of Economic Development Dr. Deiric O’Broin Programme Chair, School of Spatial Planning and Transport Engineering, Dublin Institute of Technology
Thanks to to Ciarán Cuffe, Geoff Herbert, Dr. Deiric O’Broin, our speakers, the Dublin Institute of Technology and the Institute of Economic Development for making the conference possible. Further information about the Masters of Science in Urban Regeneration and Development may be found at this link.