About this webinar
Our first webinar (click here to view) considered the value of urban greening for cities around the world grappling with the issues of climate change and air pollution and managing transport systems in a post Covid-19 situation.
Continuing our series, this webinar will look at how urban greening can be applied in practice.
Many cities are introducing criteria to ensure appropriate levels of greening are included in new developments.
Our webinar discussion panel will consider:
How do planners decide if the schemes they review meet the criteria needed?
How do planners cover enforcement to check what was planned has been delivered as Urban Greening e.g. Some cities around the world require a registered landscape professional to sign off on the development to ensure the greening factor is met.
We will hear from developers who feel they can meet the urban greening requirement and how it enhances the saleability of the properties and the effect on the local demographic.
What are the biggest factors in delivering schemes to ensure what is planned is delivered and what flexibility there is on these factors?
How do cost and risk affect what actually gets delivered?
Is delivery focused on what will deliver best long term results for the life of the development and the users or for short term profit?
Our discussion will be chaired by Paul Shaffer from CIRIA
Our Panel includes:
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