Placemaking is a process that "inspires people to collectively reimagine and reinvent public spaces... strengthening the connection between people and the places they share." But what does placemaking need in order to be successful?
The 2020 Global Talent Competitiveness Index ranks 132 countries and 155 cities for their ability to attract, grow and retain talent. What can we learn from cities who have mastered the art of competing for talent against the economic might of the tier one cities?
There have been many placemaking projects to reclaim disused areas and transform them into green public spaces, but none have the audacity of Raleigh’s 308-acre Dorothea Dix Park project. Sean Malone, President and CEO, of Dorothea Dix Park Conservancy to discover how citizen engagement and collaboration are at the core of their strategy.
How are perceptions of the UK created, and how are they changing? Hear from Conrad Bird, Director at the GREAT Britain Campaign, how can the brand architecture of Great Britain work best for all stakeholders?
The UK media is covered in headlines proclaiming the death of the high street. But this isn't true - they're just in a process of transformation. How are destinations using innovative placemaking and policy reforms to revitalise their city centres?
Dan Bridge, Programme Director, The Royal Docks Team Linsey Wooldridge, General Manager of Marketing, Lendlease Europe Helen McHugh, Head of Business Partnership, London & Partners Kevin Murphy, Chairman, Excel London