Social distancing has been key to reducing Covid-19 transmission and protecting public health, but it’s also been hugely disruptive. As loosening restrictions jostle with public confidence and business risk, what are the implications for urban design and movement, and for business and landlord viability? And can we flex enough to navigate a second wave?
Watch the video of this lively session to find out:
- What councils, landlords and masterplanners can do to make the space outside shops & restaurants a pleasant ‘waiting room’
- What impact retail and F&B occupiers expect on operations and revenue, and what they’re doing about it
- How area-aware station design for Crossrail and other infrastructure projects could be impacted – and can help with local recovery.
- Harbinder Birdi – Senior Partner, Hawkins\Brown
- Jacqueline Bleicher – Founder/Director, Global Urban Design
- Ally Reid – Investment Manager, LandSec
- Lisa Taylor – Director, Coherent Cities & Executive Director, Future of London (moderator)
This is the second #LearningFromCrisis collaboration with Coherent Cities, hosted by RE:Women. The first was on the convergence of public and private sector cultures, and featured candidates from Leaders Plus London & Manchester.