Green Sky Thinking 2018
Programme of Events
Experiencing the Digital Public Realm - SOLD OUT waiting list only
14 May 2018
The digital revolution is upon us! How can today’s digital tools be used to ensure people are the first consideration in the design, application and use of our public spaces. What can we do to help ensure that the digital landscape of tomorrow focuses on creating dynamic places for people.
Creating a new place for people - Battersea Power Station
15 May 2018
In a location long derelict and inaccessible to the public, a new town centre for Wandsworth is rising. Representatives from the Battersea Power Station Development Company will set out the vision for the project and new neighbourhood, explaining the range of diverse initiatives underway to make this a place for people.
Cycle the city with PTE - SOLD OUT waiting list only
15 May 2018
Join architects, Pollard Thomas Edwards on an afternoon of ‘post occupancy evaluation by bike’, a fun way to analyse the impact of some of their completed projects in central London. The cycle tour will also stop at some of the most sustainable buildings in London, and discuss what makes a...
What is the future of last-mile logistics?
17 May 2018
London is a thriving city and as the capital grows, the demands placed on business to get their goods and services to their customers naturally increases. However, space is at a premium and balancing the demands for housing, green space and public realm often conflicts with the functional needs of...
Benefits of ‘Healthy Streets’ and Opportunities and Barriers to Their Delivery on London’s Southbank
17 May 2018
BWB Consulting Ltd, in conjunction with our local Business Improvement District (BID) ‘Better Bankside’, are delighted to deliver this event which will explore how we can ‘put people first’ when it comes to planning, designing, delivering and maintaining excellent quality streets and public realm.
Embracing Calm for Healthier City Living
18 May 2018
Amidst the growth in urban living, cities are traditionally looked at as dominated by noise, congestion and pollution. Tranquil City aims to challenge that perception, by exploring what tranquillity means for city dwellers, promoting areas of calm and quiet, and demonstrating how tranquillity can be found in the everyday.