The City of Guelph is growing and the way Guelph is growing is changing. Mixed-use and higher-density development is occurring, and good urban design is critical to ensure this growth is being proactively and thoughtfully planned. This is the essence of successful City-building and the vision of cities across Ontario. But how do we move beyond the vision to delivering change on the ground?
Evening Public Forum – May 5
Are you interested in how our City is being designed? David Miller, President of World Wildlife Fund Canada and 63rd Mayor of Toronto, and Andrew Howard, co-founder of Build a Better Block, will discuss how good urban design creates more livable and enduring places. The discussion will be moderated by Ric Young, one of Canada’s leading practitioners and thinkers in the field of social change.
River Run Centre, 7:30 p.m. | Tickets $5 | Register online or contact River Run Box Office 519-763-3000.
This full-day workshop, for those engaged in urban design projects or urban initiatives will focus on urban design tools and strategies. It will be an opportunity for addressing the important challenge of implementing great urban design. Enjoy three presentations from leading thinkers in urban design – Joe Minicozzi, Helena Grdadolnik and Tim Smith, mobile workshops and networking opportunities.
River Run Centre | 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. | $139 Register online – space is limited!
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