SLS 2015/16: Julie Fleck, Inclusive Design – a Paralympic Legacy 8th March 2016
4th March 2016
The next Sustainable Landscape Series presentation on Tuesday 8th March 2016 is by Julie Fleck of the Built Environment Professional Education Project Office for Disability Issues.
Using the experience of London 2012 – which delivered ‘the most accessible Olympic and Paralympic Games in history’ – Julie will talk about why inclusive design is important, how an inclusive environment is being achieved today in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, how the government’s aim to embed inclusive design skills and knowledge into built environment professional education and training and what you as a landscape architect can do in your professional life to make inclusive design business as usual all you.
This is a free, public lecture series so everyone is welcome to attend. It will take place at 6.45pm in room TC001 on the University of Gloucestershire FCH Campus in Cheltenham. Details on the flier here … SLS 2015_16 Julie Fleck
Free refreshments are also provided.