Government Policy on Architecture Conference 13.7.2017

Government Policy on Architecture Conference 2017
Towards Developing a Culture of Innovation and Design: Delivering and Promoting a Dedicated Implementation Programme

13th July 2017 – Hibernia Conference Centre, Dublin Castle

 

email architecture@ahg.gov.ie  to register.

 

Speakers include:

  • Martin Colreavy, Principal Advisor, Head of Built Heritage, Architectural Policy & Strategic Infrastructure, Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs
    Development and Implementation of a National Policy on Architecture 
  • Andrew Haley, Chair, Ministerial Advisory Group for Architecture and the Built Environment, Northern Ireland
    Sharing Lessons from Place Policy in Northern Ireland 
  • Reiner Nagel, Director of the Federal Foundation of Baukultur,
    Germany Experience of Baukultur and the German Federal Cities Programme 
  • Niall Cussen, Principal Advisor Head of Strategic Planning and Spatial Policy Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government
    Development of Actions within Architectural Policy on Planning
     
  • Rosie Webb, Senior Architect, Limerick City Council
    Limerick City enabling review process – Fablab engagement
     
  • Merritt Bucholz – SAUL and Governance Programme
    Development of GPA Research Approach to LCI and Design Indicators
     
  • Ciaran O’Connor, State Architect and Principal Architect in OPW
    Delivering Quality within the Public Sector 
  • Carole Pollard President RIAI
    Developing Actions within the GPA – Design Review and Externalisation
     
  • Ali Grehan, City Architect, Dublin City Council, Representative of City County Architects Association (CCAA)
    World Design Capital and Legacy Programme
     
  • Nathalie Weadick, Director, Irish Architecture Foundation (IAF)
    Designing Public Programmes on Architecture 
  • Paul Keogh – Paul Keogh Architects
    Adaptive Reuse Strategies and Retail Planning Guidance 
  • Grainne Shaffrey – Shaffrey Architects and Town Planners
    Development of an Approach to Tall Buildings in Historic Urban Areas

 

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