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Day 2. 2 Designing for active transport


With the widely recognised need for a public realm that encourages active travel, how do we implement the required infrastructure justly, in the crowded, ever-changing city of London?

Chair: Brodie McAllister FLI, President Elect of the Landscape Institute

Brodie has practised landscape architecture internationally in Singapore, the USA, and the UK. His background also includes magazine editing, teaching, being a university external examiner, roles on design panels, awards, and competition juries, and as a former trustee of Design West.

Dr. Deborah Saunt, Founding Director of DSDHA

Deborah Saunt is a co-founding Director of DSDHA, an architecture, urban design, and spatial research practice based in London, whose spatial strategies include the public realm framework for the West End Project and the reimagining of Tottenham Court Road.

Professor Mary Creagh, Former Chair of the Environmental Audit Select Committee

Mary advises companies on ESG matters. She is chair of responsible business practice at Lexington and visiting professor at Cranfield University. She is a trustee of the charity PACTS, the Parliamentary Advisory Council on Transport Safety. Mary has over 20 years’ experience as a Labour MP and councillor, campaigning for environmental and social justice, tackling poverty and climate change.


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