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Presentations from Regeneration 16

r16Thanks again to all the speakers and attendees for an illuminating and enjoyable conference. Here are links to the speaker biographies and presentations from  Regeneration 16: Adapting to new realities  Human settlement in  an uncertain climate

12.30 pm Tour of DIT Grangegorman led by:

Terry Prendergast, Grangegorman Development Agency, and Dr.  Paul Horan, Head of Campus Planning, Dublin Institute of Technology

1.00 pm Sandwich lunch, St Lawrence’s

1.30 pm Keynote Gert Jan te Velde, Vanschagen Architects, Rotterdam

regenerating post-war social housing in the Netherlands

2.00 pm Panel 1 Future cities in an age of uncertainties,  Chair Dr. Deiric Ó Broin

Professor Barry McMullin, Dublin City University

planetary boundaries and societal resilience: peering (reluctantly) into the Age of Consequences,

Clare McKeown, Sustainability Manager, Belfast City Council

reimagining cities for resilience

Dr. Philip Lawton, Lecturer in Human Geography, Maynooth University

urban public space and creativity

3.00 Afternoon refreshments

3.30 Panel 2 New models of human settlement, Chair, Ciarán Cuffe

Jim Keogan, Former Assistant Chief Executive (Planning and Development), Dublin City Council

a vision for Dublin’s Docklands

Brid McGrath, Head of Social Policy, Respond! Housing Association

creating vibrant, socially integrated communities

Patrick Lydon, Rosie Lynch and Mark Dwan, Camphill Communities of Ireland

Nimble Spaces: creating inclusive neighbourhoods

4.30 pm Plenary

5.15 pm Launch of Irish Journal of Social, Economic and Environmental Sustainability by Professor Brian Norton, President, Dublin Institute of Technology

Followed by a Craft Beer at Barbers, formerly the Orchard Bar, Grangegorman Lower, Dublin 7


Page last updated 15th December 2016


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