Keeping Cambridge Special: Cambridge’s spaces and streets

13 Jan 201809:30 - 13:00This is a free event but donations are appreciated towards the cost.
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Come and tell us how Cambridge can address the challenge of having more people moving around the city, in ways that enhance the quality of life and preserve the city’s heritage.

This workshop will include four thought provoking presentations covering issues such as Cambridge’s green spaces, sharing spaces, improving interchanges and street design:

Sharing spaces: Robert Myers (landscape designer)
Green spaces: Joel Carré (Cambridge City Council)
Movement: Charlene Rohr (RAND Europe)
Design: Kieran Perkins (5th Studio)

There will be an opportunity to give your views and for discussion with decision-makers, which will be led by Councillor Lewis Herbert (Leader of Cambridge City Council).

This workshop will help inform a forthcoming Spaces and Movement Supplementary Planning Document for Cambridge that will be produced during 2018.

This is a free event, donations are appreciated towards costs. Booking is required in advance. Book here.

This event will take place at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, Cambridge CB3 OWA.

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