In 2015 RTPI London will be hosting a series of events focused on planning themes in London. The “Thinking Strategically” series is one which we will consider the long term views for London and its hinterland.
The second event in the series considers the question how we map and measure the capital? In addition what kind of implications does this hold for the future of planning?
Organised in partnership with the RTPI Transport Planning Network (TPN), this event will examine the latest developments in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and geospatial systems. Speakers from Arup, UCL and TfL will show how new city-wide tools can provide insight into the operations of the capital and the impact of transport infrastructure on spatial planning.
The event is being held on the 10th floor of 55 Broadway, Transport for London offices located above St James’s Park station. Located here (entrance within the ticket hall). The event will be open from 18.00 for registration and refreshments with a 18.30 start and will close approximatly 20.00.
Professor Michael Batty: (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA), UCL);
Damien McCloud: (Arup);
Yaron Hollander : (TfL Planning).
Andrew Dorrian: (TfL Planning – Event Chair)
To book please click here.