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Presentations from Regeneration 2014 – Getting it right this time

Attendees at Regeneration 2014

Attendees at Regeneration 2014. Image courtesy Chris Reid

Thanks to everyone who came to the conference ‘Regeneration 2014’ on Friday 5th December 2014 in the School of Spatial Planning and Transport Engineering at the Dublin Institute of Technology Bolton Street, Dublin 1.

A special thanks to the speakers. If you are interested in further studies our two-year part-time Masters in Urban Regeneration and Development kicks off in January. We also offer an MSc in Local Development and Innovation.

Here’s the Programme from the day with links to the speaker biographies, their organisations  and presentations:

1400 Keynote

Jeroen Laven STIPO
Zoho: slow urbanism in Rotterdam

Session 1 Critical lessons from the recent past CHAIR  Dr. Deiric Ó Broin

Josephine Henry
Community Technical Aid

-staying the course

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


1600 Tea and Coffee

Session 2 Mechanisms for future development CHAIR Ciarán Cuffe

Terry Prendergast Grangegorman Development Agency

a university in the making, developing Grangegorman

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

Energy Retrofit as a Regeneration Strategy


1730 Drinks reception


Page last updated: December 2014


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