ULI UK Young Leaders: Lunch and Learn with Simon Delahunty-Forrest

When

2021-02-11
2021-02-11T09:00:00 - 2021-02-11T10:00:00
Europe/London

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    Where

    Online This webinar will be hosted by Zoom. UNITED KINGDOM

    Pricing

    Pricing Members Non-Members
    Under Age 35 FREE N/A
    This event will be hosted on Zoom and is open exclusively to our ULI UK Young Leaders (Under 35). Please note due to the interactive nature of the session the number of attendees is limited to 30 and these will be registered on a first come, first served basis. We would encourage all participants to join using video links.
     
    If you are unable to register due to the session being full, please email jessica.sheridan@uli.org to be added to the waiting list.
    This event will be hosted on Zoom and is open exclusively to our ULI UK Young Leaders (Under 35). Please note due to the interactive nature of the session the number of attendees is limited to 30 and these will be registered on a first come, first served basis. We would encourage all participants to join using video links.
     
    If you are unable to register due to the session being full, please email jessica.sheridan@uli.org to be added to the waiting list. 
     

    ‘Our Future City Plan – Central Birmingham 2040 Vision'  
     
    The ULI UK Midlands Young Leaders invite you to join us us for a virtual 'Lunch and Learn' session on Thursday 11 February with Simon Delahunty-Forrest.
     
    Simon is the Acting Assistant Director within the Planning and Development service area for Birmingham City Council. As a qualified architect, Simon is Birmingham City Council's lead design advisor championing design quality within the built environment.

    Having responsibility for 'Specific Specialist Areas' such as the City Design Team, City Centre Planning Management, City Centre Development, Enforcement and Householder, Simon encourages and enables the highest standards of Place Making, Planning, Architecture, Urban Design, Arboriculture, Historic Conservation and Landscape Design across all new development in the City for the benefit of all the citizens of Birmingham.

    Simon is known for his ability to successfully combine Architecture and Urban Design to create holistic environments and is responsible for recent Masterplans such as ‘Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan for growth’, ‘Birmingham Smithfield Masterplan’, ‘Langley Sustainable Urban Extension’ and most recently the ‘Rea Valley Urban Quarter Masterplan’.

    This includes acting as the focal point on design issues and stimulating design quality through multi-agency project team working and close interaction with external developers, key stakeholders and partners in relation to the design of new development being promoted and managed through the Planning and Development Service that reflects the international standing of the City of Birmingham.

    Simon is listed in the Birmingham Central University ‘Sphere of Influence’ the 50 top influencers within the architecture and landscape sector to graduate from the Birmingham School of Architecture.
     

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Simon Delahunty-Forrest

    (Acting) Assistant Director Development, Birmingham City Council

    Simon is the Acting Assistant Director within the Planning and Development service area for Birmingham City Council. As a qualified Architect Simon is Birmingham City Council's lead design advisor championing design quality within the built environment. Having responsibility for 'Specific Specialist Areas' such as the City Design Team, City Centre Planning Management, City Centre Development, Enforcement and Householder Simon encourages and enables the highest standards of Place Making, Planning, Architecture, Urban Design, Arboriculture, Historic Conservation and Landscape Design across all new development in the City for the benefit of all the citizens of Birmingham. Simon is known for his ability to successfully combine Architecture and Urban Design to create holistic environments and is responsible for recent Masterplans such as ‘Birmingham Curzon HS2 Masterplan for growth’, ‘Birmingham Smithfield Masterplan’, ‘Langley Sustainable Urban Extension’ and most recently the ‘Rea Valley Urban Quarter Masterplan’. This includes acting as the focal point on design issues and stimulating design quality through multi-agency project team working and close interaction with external developers, key stakeholders and partners in relation to the design of new development being promoted and managed through the Planning and Development Service that reflects the international standing of the City of Birmingham. Simon is listed in the Birmingham Central University ‘Sphere of Influence’ the 50 top influencers within the architecture and landscape sector to graduate from the Birmingham School of Architecture.