Making Places Last: RSA Sustainable Communities Conference - RSA

Making Places Last: RSA Sustainable Communities Conference

Fellowship events


Tally Ho Conference and Banqueting Centre, Birmingham

  • Climate change
  • Environment
  • Fellowship

Join us for Making Places Last, an exploration of sustainable living.

This event is a partnership between Climate Change Solutions and the RSA Sustainability Network, which provides an opportunity for Fellows and others who work or have an interest in sustainability to get together, share ideas and help the RSA take forward its sustainability agenda. 

The event will focus on how we can make our homes and communities sustainable, and consider the practical next steps we can take together in the West Midlands.  

In the morning, we will have a number of short presentations and provocations from a wide range of product and service providers. 

And in the afternoon our World Café event will give you the opportunity to debate and respond in small groups. We’re delighted that students from RSA Academy, Tipton, will be joining the event and sharing their ideas for sustainable living.

If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, please let the team know: [email protected]. Please also let us know if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.

The full programme is here. 

For full directions and parking information can be found here.


Location: Tally Ho Conference and Banqueting Centre, Pershore Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B5 7RN 

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