The Liveable City Conference 2018

The Liveable City – Edinburgh 13/14/15 November 2018

More and more people live in ever larger cities around the world. It creates a host of challenges, and it has put the question of how to create liveable cities for all on top of the international agenda.  The Danish Embassy organised The Liveable City conference in Edinburgh in partnership with A&DS and RIAS. Denmark has a long tradition of creating beautiful cities with healthy residents and a high quality of living, and The Liveable City conference is a celebration of great achievements in architecture and urban planning.

Rachel Tennant, Landscape Institute Scotland, Chaired the following seminar and you can download the speakers presentations

Healthy Cities, Healthy Buildings – How to improve quality of life for all


Daisy Narayanan, Project Director, The City of Edinburgh Council

Stephen Willacy, Chief City Architect, City of Aarhus

Graham Hill, Cities Executive, Arcadis

Liselott Stenfeldt, Team Leader Interactive Spaces CPH, The Alexandra Institute

Russell Jones, Public Health Programme Manager, Glasgow Centre for Population Health

Ólöf Jonsdottir, Head of Public Affairs, Rockwool

Shona Stephen & Jamie Ballantine, Chief Executive & Social Regeneration Manager, Queens Cross Housing Association

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