About the talk series
This series was launched in March 2019, with sessions being held online during lockdowns that have gained momentum in both popularity and success. This summer, RIBA Bristol & Bath is offering a limited number, in-person event looking at architecture and heritage at St Georges Bristol.
For these talks, professionals are invited to speak and offer different perspectives on a particular topic. We aim to have a varied audience too - so invite colleagues, fellow architects, urban designers, planners, and councillors.
These events are a forum to share ideas and experiences, and to explain what is required to strengthen the need for links between architecture and heritage.
This is an in-person event with limited numbers. Weather permitting, the event will be held outside with drinks and refreshments.
- Fiona Lauchlan (Purcell)
- Simon Birch (Civic Society)
- Peter Insole (Bristol City Council)
- Katharine Hegarty (Noma Architects and RIBA Bristol & Bath branch)
Please contact email@example.com if you have any queries.
COVID restrictions in the UK have changed from 19 July. In order for you to feel safe and confident in attending this event, the venue retains cautionary guidance measures to ensure the safety of attendees and St Georges staff.
The venue retains a number of safety measures and behavioural expectations for visitors to the building and outdoor spaces.
Please take note of the conditions of booking and expectations of attendees before you book a place.