What is the relationship between the rights we have in our places and spaces, and the responsibilities we have for their care? How can we work better together as citizens with those responsible for managing our places? Are there new models for collaboration we should try?
Prompted by the historic concept of the commons, of creating places where individual needs come together and are provided for through common land and resources, the events will explore how we design and shape our environment today to create a place for everyone and what that means for concepts like shared vision, shared assets, common good, alongside individual aspirations, ownership, diversity and, rights and responsibilities.
- Michelle Daniel, Senior Mentor, Broxtowe Education, Skills and Training (BEST)
- Cllr Graham Chapman, Deputy Leader, Nottingham City Council
- Robert Evans, Practice Director, Evans Vettori Architects
This event will be chaired by Glass-House Chief Executive, Sophia de Sousa.
For more information and to register your free ticket for this event, please visit The Glass-House Nottingham Debate page.
Location: Newton Building (number 11 on the campus map), Nottingham Trent University, Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
If you have any questions, please contact Lucia das Neves: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Glass-House are working with local partners Nottingham Trent University and other local organisations including The Cultural Quarter and RSA East Midlands to deliver this event, as part of a national Debate Series, A Place for Everyone?. The Glass-House are delivering the series in partnership with the Academy of Urbanism and Open University.