Character, Quality & Design in Neighbourhood Planning – OXFORD EVENT

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    JohnWLocality
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    The Historic Towns and Villages Forum is hosting an event in Oxford at Kellogg College on Thursday February 27th.

    Details on tickets and the agenda can be found in the link below

    http://www.htvf.org/page-69/

    This seminar-workshop on design quality is for communities and professionals alike, and will explore the role of design in Neighbourhood Planning and other policy-making contexts. As so many Neighbourhood Planning groups go through a learning curve consulting their neighbours, analysing and allocating sites, and finally writing policies, design quality is often understated.
    Yet the quality and layout of new development makes a great difference to the future character of settlements. In the past some communities have prepared Village Design Statements to capture the local character and start to set out design parameters, and so this seminar-workshop will look at how to bridge the gap between identifying local character and specifying design quality in various ways.

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