Sustainable, Mixed Communities and Master-Planning in the Context of Place-Making – 14/10/2009
SURF Open Forum

Sustainable, Mixed Communities and Master-Planning in the Context of Place-Making


This Open Forum took place in Glasgow and featured the following key participants:


  • Mike Galloway, Director of City Development, Dundee City Council
  • Scott Davidson, Head of UK Regeneration, Halcrow Consulting

Panel Members

  • Petra Biberbach, Chief Executive, Planning Aid for Scotland
  • Susie Stirling, Principal Planner, Architecture and Place Team, Scottish Government

The core objectives for the event were to:

  • Facilitate a better understanding of the current status of policy and practice around place-making and master-planning.
  • Outline opportunities (and any significant barriers) for the enhancement of public policy around place-making and master-planning.

The following downloads are available from this event:

SURF Open Forums are funded by the Scottish Government’s Scottish Centre for Regeneration with the aim of providing independent and informed feedback to policy-makers and practitioners.

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