ILI Lecture 6.11.14 : Residential Landscapes -design and development

Residential Landscapes : Approaches to securing design and development quality from across the UK

Mike Biddulph


Thursday November 6th 2014 at 6.30pm

O’Connell Room, City Assembly House,
South William Street, Dublin 2.


Mike Biddulph is a senior lecturer in urban design at the School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University. Mike established the MA Urban Design, a course run jointly between the Schools of Architecture and Planning. He has research interests in urban design and has published widely on the relationship between urban design and planning systems, street design, the design of neighbourhoods and residential areas. He was at the forefront of work to introduce home zones to the UK and published the first UK guidance on the topic: Home Zones: a planning and design handbook. He has also written Introduction to residential Layout published by Routledge which discusses the principles of neighbourhood planning and design. He is currently researching whether and how people involved in place making represent key concepts and ideas in their graphic work.

Mike is a trustee of the charity Play Wales which promotes the theory and practice of playable environments. He has been a design review panel member for the Design Commission for Wales, and now he works for them as an advocate in practice.


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