Sir Patrick Geddes’ influence as a pioneer of town planning received worldwide recognition. His work in Scotland, France, the Near East and India based on the principle of “Place-Work-Folk” remains relevant to contemporary issues of sustainable development, regionalism and locality, economic and community regeneration, environmental quality and social inclusion.

In his lecture, Peter Head will look at the post recession, post Copenhagen situation and analyse the increasing importance of land use planning at a regional and local scale in order to achieve sustainable economic development.

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  • Event Location
    The Hawthornden Lecture Theatre, The National Galleries ofSc
  • Event Date
    21/04/2010 3:45 pm