Nottingham City Council’s Development & Growth Department is launching a Design Quality Framework for Nottingham (www.dqfnottingham.org.uk), which will be part of the Local Plan. This encompasses design standards, planning processes and engagement guidance that aim to raise the quality of design in the city.
Design Guide for Good Living
The Design Guide for Good Living is being developed with Nottingham Good Food Partnership: a document that will incentivise developers to incorporate key elements that support the health and wellbeing, contributing to the vision of a carbon neutral Nottingham by 2028. This workshop will look at defining the contents and best practice examples for the guide.
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From the 4th to 6th July 2019 the Urban Room hosts the IHBC’s 2019 School Heritage, Risk & Resilience which will feature speakers from diverse and specialist backgrounds on the risks, impacts and management of fire, flood, structural failure and other threats and disasters.
Civic Voice East Midlands Network Meeting: Public Participation & High Quality Design
This RIBA CPD provides a useful insight into Kingspan, a leading supplier of Insulated Panels they’re pioneering new technologies and innovative ways of building for a low-carbon future. Dedicated to maximising construction efficiency while delivering superior lifetime performance and fire protection with complete building envelope systems underpinned by large-scale system testing and industry-leading warranties. Energy efficiency is at the heart of their innovation, from developing QuadCore™ Technology - the industry's highest-performing closed-cell insulated panel core - to providing services that support sustainable building techniques.
How does trust affect your experience of the Internet?
Are you aged 16-25 years old?
Do you regularly use the internet to search for information, make bookings, or buy products?
If YES, we invite YOU to a workshop exploring TRUST online
Wednesday 22nd May at 1pm at the Urban Room, 38 Carrington Street, NG1 7FG
IHBC FREE Pre-School Event: Contemporary challenges and solutions for protecting heritage in the East Midlands
In advance of Nottingham hosting the IHBC’s 2019 Annual School on 4-6 July, the East Midlands regional branch is hosting a special free event on ‘Contemporary challenges and solutions for protecting heritage in the East Midlands’, on Tuesday 7 May from 5.30, in the Urban Room, Nottingham, with booking essential