The Glass-House Community Led Design is a national charity working to help local people and regeneration professionals make better community buildings, spaces, homes and neighbourhoods
What does 'community led design' really mean in practice? And does it lead to higher quality places and spaces?
A one-day event for groups at an early stage in developing a building and would like ideas on how to progress.
Buildings by Design - Free Design Training for community groups. Develop the skills to contribute to the design of your new community building.
A national debate series looking at the sustainability of community buildings in the contexts of new builds and refurbishments.
'Who are we building for?' was part of a series of debates focused on housing organised by The Glass-House Community-Led Design.
Legislation introduced in April 2009 called for all local authorities to involve local people in decisions that affect them. Six to twelve months on, this event set out to explore what effect this mandate has had on local authoritites and the people they serve. Has it stimulated more participative design processes around building and regeneration projects? And what challenges might this mandate present to local government, residents and other organisations? A fantastic quick guide to this legislation can be found on Urban Forum's website, click here. Panel Members were: Andy Roberts, Managing Director of Architecture, Space Group David Slater, Executive Director of Environment & Regeneration Newcastle City Council Neil Murphy, Director, Urban & Regional Development, Beyond Green A Glass-House event in partnership with Northern Architecture.