Scotland’s Towns Tea Party 2016



May 17, 2016 at 2pm - 4:30pm

Join Scotland's Towns Partnership and the towns network for this year's Towns Tea Party. Centring around the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design this is an excellent opportunity to gather with colleagues from across the country to network and learn and to be part of the launch of the second FutureTown Design Competition. William Lippe Architects submitted the winning entry in 2015 and will help us launch the 2016 campaign. More information and past entries can be found here.

The Towns Tea Party will also incorporate the Scotland's Towns Ltd Annual General Meeting and this is a great chance to be updated with STP's progress and future activities. Check out the STP Infograph for a quick picture of what we have been up to.

We look forward to welcoming STP members and the wider towns network to Edinburgh for tea and cake along with key speaker Malcolm Fraser, Architect who will highlight what the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design means for Scotland's towns along with Danny McKendry, Architecture and Design Scotland who will show us how to take part through the Say Hello to Architecture programme.

 

Agenda

1400 Towns Tea Party

Afternoon Tea and Networking

1500 Welcome & AGM Business

 Professor Leigh Sparks, Chair of Scotland's Towns Partnership

1530 Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design

Malcolm Fraser, Architect

1545 Say Hello to Architecture

Danny McKendry, Architecture and Design Scotland

1600   William Lippe Architects – FutureTown Design Competition Launch

Winner of the FutureTown Design Competition 2015

1620   Closing Remarks 

 

Booking and Details

This event is free for STP Members, who can RSVP below.

Tickets for non-members are £15+ VAT, and can be purchased here.

WHEN

May 17, 2016 at 2pm - 4:30pm

WHERE

Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh

CONTACT

Rebecca Mather · rebecca@scotlandstowns.org · 07833463352

WHEN
May 17, 2016 at 2pm - 4:30pm
WHERE
Scottish Storytelling Centre
       
Centre for Scottish Public Policy
c/o Digby Brown LLP
160 Causewayside
Causewayside House
Edinburgh EH9 1PR
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