TICKETED EVENT - May RIBA CPD 05
May
31
1:00 PM13:00

TICKETED EVENT - May RIBA CPD 05

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.

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TICKETED EVENT - June RIBA CPD 06
Jun
28
1:00 PM13:00

TICKETED EVENT - June RIBA CPD 06

This RIBA CPD provides a useful insight into Impey, their series of CPD seminars and training opportunities that are ideal for architects, designers, technical officers, retailers and specifiers of wetrooms, as well as other individuals within the bathroom installation community, who are keen to progress technical knowledge of wetroom installation and adaptations including easy-access showering solutions.

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Jul
3
9:00 AM09:00

TICKETED EVENT - Civic Voice: Public Participation & High Quality Design Event (East Midlands Network Meeting)

Name: Ian Harvey

Email Address: IAN.HARVEY@CIVICVOICE.ORG.UK

Subject: Civic Voice: Public partication & high quality design event

Message: Following on from the email exchange with Alice and Laura, we are seeing if the Urban Room is available

3rd,4th or 10th July would be the dates we would be considering at this moment!

We are hoping Laura can speak so do not want to go beyond the 12th at the minute,

Phone number: 07877096968

Proposed Event / Exhibition / meeting details: See above

Start date and end date: 3rd July

Start time and end time: 10th July

Set up date and time (if relevant): from 9am

Number of visitors: 50

How many chairs do you need?: 50

How many tables do you need?: 10

Is your event private or public?: Private

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Jul
4
1:45 PM13:45

Planning Officers Society - Conference - Tramlink/NET Event

Name: Gillian Chambers

Email Address: gillian.chambers@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Subject: Planning Officers Society Conference - Tramlink/NET using room to promote NET

Message: Tramlink/NET would be setting up within the Urban Room for when the tour from Paul Seddon's Planning Officers Society travel through the streets.

Phone number: 0115 8765165

Proposed Event / Exhibition / meeting details: Planning Officers Society - Conference - Tramlink/NET Event

Start date and end date: Thursday 4th July 2019

Start time and end time: 2pm - 4pm

Set up date and time (if relevant): 1.45pm

Number of visitors: Between 40-50

How many chairs do you need?: None

How many tables do you need?: 2

Is your event private or public?: Public

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Jul
29
9:30 AM09:30

PUBLIC EVENT - 'Radical Places' Workshop - National Lottery & Learning Cities Session

Name: Christopher Lawton

Email Address: chrismlawton7@googlemail.com

Subject: 29th July Booking for 'Radical Places' workshop - National Lottery & Learning Cities session

Message: Hi - re: email correspondence with Alice Ullathorne and Danielle Rowe - following Skate Nottingham CIC's Festival of Science and Curiosity workshop at 38 Carrington Street in February, we'd like to book the space for an academic, practitioner and public workshop (FREE spaces limited by Event Brite booking) to start our National Lottery-funded 'Skateboarding in the City' festival; which will bring together academics, public policy professionals and young skaters locally and from all over the world (including from Tampere, Finland and Dayton, Ohio) to discuss current projects using skateboarding to achieve an active, inclusive public realm, to share skills, and to identify funding and collaboration opportunities. This will precede a larger public event in the evening (venue tbc) with talks from Prof Iain Borden, deputy dean at The Bartlett, UCL. Discussions are ongoing with Think NG to badge this workshop and event as a RSA Learning Cities activity

Phone number: 0775 967 2005

Proposed Event / Exhibition / meeting details: This would be a free, public event (with numbers limited via free Event Brite pre-booking) - with the venue booking fee paid from our National Lottery Community Fund grant. The event would be on Monday the 29th of July, and would start at 10am and finish at 4pm with a break for lunch (catering not required). A maximum of 40 guests (including speakers and organisers) would be present.
Activities will include formal presentations (requiring use of the venue's projector and screen); Q&A panel discussions; and practical sessions (such as drawing conceptual maps of cities - and how young people's collective identity related to space - with the 'accidental youthclubs' project team from the University of Northumbria).
The only resources needed from the venue are: projector and screen; tables (4-5) and chairs. We will supply bottled water and disposable glasses. Participants will be reminded that no alcohol can be consumed on the premises.

A full draft programme can be shared with you immediately. We would very happily promote on social media tagging 38 Carrington Street - as advised by you. This one day workshop will be part of a wider 'Skateboarding in the City' festival, with visitors coming to Nottingham from all over the world to discuss new approaches to active and inclusive cities and to watch and take part in world class skateboarding the year prior to the Tokyo Olympics.

Start date and end date: Monday 29/07/2019 - 10.00am

Start time and end time: Monday 29/07/2019 - 4.00pm

Set up date and time (if relevant): Monday 29/07/2019 - 9.30am-10.00am

Number of visitors: c.40

How many chairs do you need?: c.40

How many tables do you need?: 4-5

Is your event private or public?: Public

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May
23
6:00 PM18:00

PUBLIC EVENT - Data Science Nottingham Meetup

Name: Nick Hibberd

Email Address: nicholas.hibberd@nottingmacity.gov.uk

Subject: Data Science Nottingham Meetup

Message: The University of Nottingham is currently hosting the Data Science Nottingham Meetup. The publicly open event invites speakers to provide talks in topics related to data science, big data analytics, machine learning, Artificial intelligence, computer vision.

The event is also aimed at establishing and promoting links and collaborations between the University of Nottingham and public partners and companies. Examples of such promotions include hosting meetup events at
partners’ venues, providing talks and presentations at meetup events, etc..

This event links into the developemnt of an immersive incubator at the Science Park.

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May
7
5:00 PM17:00

PRIVATE EVENT - IHBC Event

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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.

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School Branch lead Justin Webber writes:

‘A range of highly regarded speakers will explore different themes, such as the challenge from climate change and the value provided by Building Preservation Trusts, with a chance for questions and debate to follow. Hosted in Nottingham’s centrally located ‘Urban Room’, attendees will also have the chance to view a new architectural exhibition in the building and to learn more about upcoming events.’

‘This should be a really thought provoking event and a chance to benefit from hearing from some of the leading experts on heritage management, design and planning in the region.’

See more and book the Pre-School Event

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Apr
29
3:00 PM15:00

PRIVATE MEETING - City Centre Strategy Stakeholder Meeting

Name: Gillian Chambers

Email Address: gillian.chambers@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Subject: City Centre Strategy Stakeholder Meeting - Robert Dixon

Message: This is an internal NCC Meeting including NCC staff, Councillors, Partners & Directors including Cllr Collins.

Phone number: 0115 87 65165

Proposed Event / Exhibition / meeting details: As Above.

Start date and end date: 29th April 2019 - 29th April 2019

Start time and end time: 3.30pm - 5.30pm

Set up date and time (if relevant): 29th April 2019. 3pm

Number of visitors: 40

How many chairs do you need?: 40

How many tables do you need?: 5

Is your event private or public?: Private

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Apr
26
1:00 PM13:00

TICKETED EVENT - April RIBA CPD 04

This CPD discusses the use of aluminium standing seam roof and wall cladding systems. The original “unhole-y roof” concept was developed in the US in the 1960s, inspired by the efficiency and flexibility of the zips used to fasten clothing. Unperforated sheets of metal were profiled with one small roll standing seam and one large roll standing seam, and secured by placing the sheets over halter clips, with the large roll of one sheet overlapping the small roll of the adjacent sheet. They were then sealed firmly together using a “zipping” machine to close the large roll of the standing seam tightly over the small roll, leaving a secure standing seam. Roll-formed standing seam roofing was first introduced to Europe in 1968, with the opening of a factory in Stuttgart. Today, the concept has evolved and it is possible to achieve complex shapes and geometries, and to use standing seam systems for a range of building roofs and walls.

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