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Afternoon Conference – Friday 5th December 2014

R14 21Nov14Dublin Institute of Technology, Bolton Street

Following on from last year’s successful ‘Regeneration -Beyond the Crisis’ conference the Dublin Institute of Technology is pleased to announce its second regeneration conference ‘Regeneration 2014 -Getting it right this time’ in early December. The conference is organised by the DIT School of Spatial Planning and Transport Engineering, in conjunction with the Institute of Economic Development (UK).

As construction activity increases this dynamic gathering will brings together experts in regeneration from Ireland and beyond to discuss cutting edge themes in urban renewal and development. It discusses the strands of economic investment, community involvement and design that underpin successful regeneration projects. It will focus on critical lessons from the recent past and potential mechanisms for future development.

PROGRAMME 5th December 2014, DIT Bolton Street, Room 446

1330 Registration and sandwiches

1400 Keynote

Jeroen Laven STIPO – Zoho: slow urbanism in Rotterdam

1420 Session 1 Critical lessons from the recent past

Josephine Henry Community Technical Aid -dissecting regeneration

Larry O’Connell NESC –lessons from the crisis

Jackie Bourke Playtime.ie -a feminist perspective

Gerard Mc Givern Newry and Mourne District Council –Newry, a case study

Q&A

1600 Tea and Coffee

1620 Session 2 Mechanisms for future development

Terry Prendergast Grangegorman Development Agency – a university in the making

Brendan Kenny Dublin City Council – new ideas for living in the city

Alan Curtis Pobal –it’s more than housing

Simon McGuinness Dublin School of Architecture –Tackling fuel poverty as a neighbourhood regeneration strategy

Q&A

1730 Drinks reception

Book your place on https://regeneration2014.eventbrite.ie

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