Thursday, 21 July 2016 - 9:30am to 4:30pm

A participative day conference to share ideas and develop consensus about the future of the town centre. 

Fully booked.

Bringing together 80 leading local opinion-formers representing varied Winchester perspectives informed by contributions by experts, the conference will identify common ground and key areas of disagreement, and make suggestions for the way forward based on a clear vision of what Winchester should be like in the long-term.

Chaired by Martin Willey, Hon former president of the Royal Institute of Town Planning
Guest speakers:
  • Dr Nicholas Falk, founder of URBED (Urbanism Environment and Design) and joint winner of 2014 Woolfson Economics Prize;
  • George Ferguson, former Mayor of Bristol.

To be opened by Cllr Stephen Godfrey

Sponsored and hosted by the BID, the City of Winchester Trust, the University of Winchester and Winchester Action on Climate Change.

Free, with a collection to cover the price of lunch.