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Day 1. 8 Maximising Inclusion in a Playful Environment

Summary

Understanding Play can help to deliver environments which support inclusion and access. This does not just mean by delivering individual elements but by considering the users as a whole and the entire space from conception to delivery. This conversation will help Landscape Architects deliver more inclusive playful spaces. 

Chair: Jane Swift, CEO, Landscape Institute

Jane joined the Landscape Institute as Interim CEO back in February 2021. Following a long career in BT plc, Jane has used the skills and experience she has gained in the charity sector to help organisations create a future strategic direction and a solid foundation on which to build.

 

Beth Cooper, Creative Play Consultant, Timberplay 

A Passionate advocate for Play and Children’s Freedom to play, Beth has worked with Timberplay in her current role for a decade. This follows some time as a Project Officer at a local Authority coordinating the delivery of a programme of play improvements and years of Community Arts work.

 

Harry Harbottle, Director, CATE Consultancy Ltd 

For 20 years Harry acted as an expert to the European Commission in consumer safety and child safety, sitting as an independent member of a European Standards Organisation technical committee drafting of the European Standard for the Safety of Playground Equipment. He is also a co-author of a guide to the European Standard for the Safety of Playground Equipment, published by DIN, now available in 6 languages.

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