Housing and Wellbeing Seminar (Part 2)

Housing and Wellbeing Seminar (Part 2) 10-5, Friday 30 January Bartlett School of Architecture UCL 140 Hampstead Road

​Panel discussions from UCL staff & other colleagues on: approaches to social housing design and its histories current planning guidance and practices new housing association commissions physical and environmental health relations retrofit and the ‘Green Deal’

Speakers include: Peter Bishop (Bartlett UCL/Allies & Morrison) Jan Kattein (Bartlett UCL & Jan Kattein Architects) Sofie Pelsmakers (The Energy Institute, UCL) Simon Pepper (University of Liverpool) Jane Rendell (Bartlett UCL) Patrick Weber and Sabine Storp (Bartlett UCL/ Storp Weber Architecture) Nici Zimmerman (Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering, UCL)

Booking information to follow in January 2015

Every Lintle Helps

Rae Whittow Williams’ latest Housing Design Diary entry, Every Lintle Helps, explores research from the Future Homes Commission on flexible space standards for new homes required by UK families, together with Tesco’s recent interest in the market.  Rae proposes how a developer, called ‘Anesco’, could respond to the Future Homes Commission recommendations.