What Does a Carbon Neutral Town Centre Look Like?

5 Feb 2020

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Victoria Hills, CEO of the Royal Town Planning Institute Confirms for Green High Street 2050 

 

Are town centres both problem and solution?


As destinations of significant and concentrated activity, they are huge carbon emitters. For the same reason, getting the mix of uses right with sustainable travel options, efficient property and centralising investment in them and bringing an end to decades of unnecessary out-of-town development could play a huge role in a greener economy.


As towns and cities consider how things change in order to be more sustainable, we ask ‘What Does a Carbon Neutral Town Centre Look Like?’

 

 
Climate Change: Can a City Go Carbon Neutral? (BBC)


Victoria Hills, CEO of the Royal Town Planning Institute, joins us at the ATCM Place Management Conference ‘Green High Street 2050: The Climate Emergency’ to answer this very question. We are delighted to welcome her back to her second successive Place Management Conference.

Becoming carbon neutral will mean significant changes to how town and city centres work. We encourage ATCM members to get ahead of the game and understand how they can best support their stakeholders by attending the Green High Street 2050.

 
Where, When and How Much?

Date: 
Tuesday, 3rd March 2020

Venue: The Crystal, London

Cost: Group booking discount for two or more delegates (exclusively for ATCM and Purple Flag Members) - £95 per person (+VAT)

ATCM, Purple Flag, IPM and The BID Foundation Members - £125 (+VAT)

Non-Members - £250 (+VAT)

 
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Want to pay via invoice? Just email membership@atcm.org to arrange.