Chaired by transport expert and social historian David Ellis, speakers will include:
- Paul Chatterton, Professor of Urban Futures University of Leeds
- Rob Greenland, Co-director Social Business Brokers CIC
- Emily Ingham, Principal Transport Planner at Fore Consulting
- Cllr Lisa Mulherin, Executive Board Member for Climate Change, Transport and Sustainable Development
- Martin Stanley, Leeds Cycling campaign
- Leah Stewart, Associate Director Civic Engineers
After a series of short presentations addressing the question – where should Leeds transport be in 2030 – using the Trust’s Transport vision as inspiration, there will be a discussion and Q & A.
Leeds – the Liveable city: competition
We also be launching a competition to show how a part of the city could be transformed with the practical application of the key principles in our Transport Vision. We will invite members of the public, stakeholders and businesses to re-imagine a key part of the city now dominated by highways as an attractive, green and people friendly place with good pedestrian, cycling and public transport links. The area we have chosen is the east side of inner city Leeds – an area that is dominated but has the potential to be transformed. Following a series of workshops, the most compelling ideas will be drawn together in a report to be produced by professionals, and this will be presented to Leeds City Council.
November 25, from 6pm, Banqueting Suite, Civic Hall
Celebrated social historian and author, John Boughton, on the 100 Anniversary of Council Housing, joins us for a special talk at this year's AGM
The building designed by Heatherwick Studios appears to grow from the earth and is supported by timber rib vaulted sides and ceilings with lime mortar infills. Flat roofs continue the landscaping with trees atop, forming a garden of healing using native plants in a ground breaking manner.
See the ground-breaking building as well as landscaping whilst learning about the ethos of the Centre and support offered to anyone affected by cancer.
Members £7 / Non Members £10 (with a donation to Maggie's Centre)
Afternoon Christmas Lunch - The Printworks
Join fellow members for a convivial Christmas feast.
Contact the Trust for booking details via email@example.com - payment can be made via cash or bank transfer. We can also accept bookings/payments at our AGM. Payment must reach us by 25 November.