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The Tackling Stalking and Harassment Conference 2024

The Tackling Stalking and Harassment Conference 2024

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The National Degree Apprenticeships Conference 2024

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The Student Mental Health and Wellbeing Conference 2024

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The Public Rights of Way Conference 2024: Improving and Maintaining Public Paths

The Public Rights of Way Conference 2024: Improving and Maintaining Public Paths

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The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Conference 2024

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The Local Government Commercialisation Conference 2024

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The Brownfield Regeneration Conference 2023

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Developing a Green Infrastructure Framework to Improve Resident Access to Nature

In November 2020, the Government published the Charter for Social Housing Residents, establishing new standards for social housing providers to deliver safe homes and improve the quality of existing neighbourhoods. In this video, Dr Phil Askew, Director of Landscaping and Placemaking at Peabody, shares how regenerating spaces at Thamesmead through the Living in the Landscape scheme is helping improve resident access to green spaces.

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Covid-19: A Springboard for Coastal Regeneration?

According to most measures of social and economic deprivation, coastal destinations are lagging behind their inland counterparts. This case study will focus on Bournemouth, Christchurch, and Poole (BCP) Council, and their actions during the Covid-19 pandemic to deal with the challenges posed by both Covid-19 and the need for coastal regeneration.

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Cultural Regeneration: Lessons from The Really Local Group

Really Local Group creates and restores cultural infrastructure through the regeneration and renewal of the UK’s highstreets. They work to create bespoke venues that provide a mixture of retail, entertainment, hospitality, creative and community spaces.

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