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Green Sky Thinking with The Glass-House

Posted on 3 September 2012

Written by:

Louise Dredge

Are you an architect, planner, developer, local authority officer, councillor or other professional working in the development, property or public sectors?

The Glass-House are excited to be part of this year’s Green Sky Thinking Week taking place across London from 17-21 September. Run by Open City, this initiative provides a B2B forum for professionals across the sectors, and aims to highlight best practice and thinking on sustainable development in the context of the city.

The Glass-House will run one of over 50 expert-led, free events, with a breakfast workshop in central London on Wednesday 19 September on the theme ‘Future Cities: A Collective Vision’.

Through an interactive workshop we will explore how to collaborate towards change in our cities and develop a collective vision of our communities. Supported by case studies of Glass-House-supported projects, the workshop aims to increase understanding of the spatial complexities of urban placemaking and how these contribute to the development of sustainable communities.

Future Cities: A Collective Vision – an interactive breakfast workshop

Wednesday 19 September, 8.30 am – 10.00 am

Second floor, 29-31 Oxford Street, London W1D 2DR

To book a free place go to:

Browse the Green Sky Thinking programme at: