Common Ground:  Shared Language

07 February 2018

Common Ground: Shared Language

1.30pm to 4.30pm on Wednesday 7th February 2017

Join us to explore the power of communication and the need for greater mutual understanding between built environment professionals considering our shared aims for quality and a shared language. The nature of education, training and professional practice has an impact on professional understanding and can be critical to success in many projects.

Are Architects and Planners really from different planets? Does everyone really understand what is expected of them? Who is best placed to help the client understand the processes and why they may or may not have the final say? We will be joined by Planners working across the public and private sectors, Architects, Developers and Landscape Architects.

Programme

1.30pm            Registration and Networking (Tea/Coffee and scones served)

1.50pm            Welcome and Introductions

2.00pm            Panel Discussion

The Heritage Perspective: Kerrie Sweeney, CEO Titanic Foundation
The Landscape Perspective: Andrew Haley, Ministerial Advisory Group
The Architect Perspective: Joan McCoy, Director White Ink Architects
The Planning Perspective: Helen Harrison, Juno Planning
The Client Perspective: Carol McTaggart, Group Director of Development, Clanmil Housing Association
The Public Sector Perspective: Ed Baker, Belfast City Council (invited)

16.30pm          Close

Key Details

When: 1.30pm to 4.30pm on Wednesday 7 February 2018

Where: Riddel Hall,QUB Stranmillis Road,Belfast

Cost:   This event is free to attend, however booking is essential.

To book a place, please contact Julie Sullivan on 028 93359494 or Julie.sullivan@rtpi.org.uk.  Closing date for bookings 2nd February 2018.