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Presentations from Regeneration 2015: New Beginnings -the city and economic resilience

R15 attendeesDublin Institute’s School of Transport Engineering, Environment and Planning held it’s third annual Regeneration Conference in St. Laurence’s on the new Grangegorman Campus on 20th November 2015. Presentations ranged from an overview of regeneration in the Netherlands to innovative methods of using social media to highlight empty and underused spaces in Dublin’s inner city. These Presentations can be found at the links below.

Opening Words from Ardmhéara/Lord Mayor of Dublin, Cllr. Críona Ní Dhálaigh

 

Session One, What cities tell us, CHAIR Ciarán Cuffe

Dr. Paul Stouten,  Keynote – ‘Lessons from the Netherlands’  Chair of Spatial Planning & Strategy, TU Delft

Transitioning Towards Urban Resilience and Sustainability (TURAS) projects & Connect the Dots in collaboration with TURAS: Philip Crowe & Aoife Corcoran, Marisa Denker and Naomi Murphy, Johanna Varghese

Justin Doran, ‘Insights into the Determinants of Resilience of US Metropolitan Areas’, School of Economics, University College Cork, Ireland

 

Session Two, New Beginnings, CHAIR Dr. Deiric Ó Broin

Alison Harvey, ‘Empowering communities’, Planning and Development Officer, Irish Heritage Council

Conor Moloney, ‘New beginnings then and now’, Building Design Partnership/ Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE), London

Ciarán Cuffe, ‘Housing and the living city’, Chair of Urban Regeneration and Development, DIT

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