Saturday 20 July 1245-1500 workshop on the Government’s current consultation on proposed reforms of regulation to high-rise residential dwellings in England following the Grenfell Tower disaster. They include mechanisms to put residents at the heart of the new system such as access to building and fire safety information they need or request, and a fast-track route to a new Building Safety Regulator if their safety concerns are not dealt with effectively by building owners or landlords. The aim of this event is to enable residents and campaigners to properly scrutinise and inform the government’s proposals based on their vital lived experience. We also aim to draw together model responses that campaigners can use as the basis of their own responses to the consultation by the deadline of 31 July 2019. A buffet lunch will be provided. Please register – it is free but we need to know who is coming for lunch. Central London.
26 July at Tate Modern, workshops on how universities in London can best collaborate with community groups, as part of Tate Exchange. Organised by Just Space with UCL support. Free but must reserve a place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/universities-community-groups-collaborate-tickets-64672188256?aff=ebdssbdestsearch
Past events —oldest first— which have taken place Since January 2019 moved down from the top of the page. Events in earlier years have been archived here for 2013-14 and here for 2015-August 2016 and here for September 2016 to December 2017
and here for 2018.
Thursday 28 Feb 2019 1700-2000h at LSE: International seminar on displacement. Full details and (free) booking at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/seac-and-urban-salon-workshop-revisiting-displacement-in-urban-studies-tickets-55959453231?mc_cid=07a23f69f4&mc_eid=fd654f7f79
LSE London has a series of talks on London Planning issues from Feb to May on Wednesday afternoons. Some but not all clash with our events above. http://lselondonhousing.org/2019/01/london-talks-programme
March 6 on growing food in the green belt.
UCL: Discussing the social & urban impacts of visitor economies, short lets, vacant spaces, with Dr Claire Colomb & Dr Sonia Freire Trigo, 30 April. See you there! Free but reservebit.ly/2W0pcrQ @UCL_BSP @TheBartlettPhD @BartlettUCL
23 May 1800h-2000h London Society talks: High Streets – the Value of Public, at Southwark Street, 3 experts speaking. But tickets £15 or £5 for students. http://www.londonsociety.org.uk/event/high-streets-value-public
30 May TCPA open session on Inclusive Planning in London, pm at Coin Street Free but booking essential https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/inclusive-planning-in-london-stakeholder-summit-tickets-61149958171
new London Plan EiP: Just Space/UCL briefings / de-briefings
For community organisations, UCL students & staff and anyone else who wants to follow in this way. Put these dates in your diary: 1600-1900h
30 January 25 Gordon Street WC1H 0QB Harrie Massey Lecture Theatre [ Slides ]
20 February Bentham House LG26 Lecture Theatre…
13 March 22 Gordon Street room 601, WC1H 0QB
10 April 22 Gordon Street room G12, WC1H 0QB
17 June after the hearings end 22 Gordon Street room 601, WC1H 0QB
This is a change of date and venue! (previously 5 June was planned)
The Just Space web site has rich resources on the EiP including a new page combining the day-by-day programme of topics, the Panel’s questions for debate, the Just Space responses and reports/blogs on recent sessions.
11th of June (4pm-8pm, Gibbs Green Community Hall) Pablo Sendra and Daniel Fitzpatrick from UCL Bartlett Planning will be organising an event with activists and researchers on *Community-led Estate Regeneration* (co-organised with Just Space). Free but please reserve a place https://www.eventbrite.com/e/community-led-social-housing-regeneration-tickets-60476822805
Monday 24 June 1000-1700h in Brixton, conference on protection of London street markets – for traders, users, activists… Free but details and booking at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-future-of-londons-street-markets-1-day-conference-tickets-62201764151?aff=ebdssbdestsearch Jus Space is co-organiser.
Tuesday 25 June 1730-1930 Book launch & drinks: Quality of housing produced through “Permitted Development Rights” conversion from offices, at Bartlett School of Planning UCL Free https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/planning/events/2019/jun/planning-deregulation-housing-quality-and-campaigns-healthy-homes
Weekend 29 & 30 June in Brixton The Food Journey, workshops linking Britain’s historical routes to today’s experiences of culture, tastes, health, communities, economics and oppression. £10 per day. reserve on eventbrite (link to follow).