On the road to nowhere?
Lunchbox Talk - Wed 18th August, 1pm at PLACE
Roads and transport systems shape and form our cities as much as buildings. Roads can link distant places at either end while forming a division on the short distance from one side of the road to the other. We will explore roads and transport policy and initiatives in Belfast and elsewhere with a panel of speakers with broad expertise in various strategic roles. We want to discuss our transport future, coordination, city-making, place-making and integration.
Image: The Westlink ties together two motorways but cuts through Belfast city. Photo by Patrick Duddy.
Stephen Pollock, DRD
Bernard Clarke, Head of Research, Translink
Rick Cook, National Cycle Network Manager NI and the Border Counties ROI, Sustrans
Anne Doherty, Planning and Transport Officer, Belfast City Council
Aileen Gault, head of Travelwise, DRD
Venue: PLACE, 40 Fountain Street, Belfast BT1 5EE.
Admission: £5 including lunch provided by Bagel:bagel. Strictly limited places so please book in advance.
How do I book? Book now using our online booking form - click here, then bring payment on the day (cash or cheque only please). Don't want to book online? Phone us on 028 9023 2524.
Lunchbox Talks: In a new series of lectures and panel discussions, PLACE explores all things architecture, urbanism, development and beyond. With input from practitioners, community leaders, decision-makers, experts & critics, each event in the series looks in detail at an issue affecting how the city works. The series continues in October.
Architecture Tours: Belfast Churches, Sat 28th Aug, 11am; Donegall Square walk, Sun 29th Aug, 12pm - PLACE Architecture Tours
Exhibitions: Contested Spaces continues through September, while a new exhibition exploring Brutalist Architecture in Ireland north & south launches Thurs October 7th, 6-9pm (more info coming soon!) - PLACE Exhibitions and Events
To find out more and book: visit http://www.placeni.org/