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The National Urban Design Conference 2015 - Bristol 

Click on the image for details of this outstanding not-for-profit event - being led by the urban design community in Bristol

 

 

National Urban Design Awards 2015

Finalists and Winners 

A selection of the video entries by the finalists including the winning entries - screened at the Awards event on 11 March 2015.   For the full results list please follow this link

 

About the Urban Design Group 

Founded in 1978, the Urban Design Group (UDG) is a campaigning membership organisation with over 1000 members who care about the quality of life in our cities, towns and villages, and believe that raising standards of urban design is central to its improvement.

The UDG website contains a wealth of information for anyone interested in urban design including details of urban design practices, university courses, publications and job vacancies, as well as future urban design events. Our regular email newsletter 

Urban Update is a one-stop-shop for urban design news, articles and blog posts.

 


 

 

Debate and discussion - Email Forum - free to all! Join the Urban Design Email Forum at JISCMAIL

The forum is open to all academics and professionals for the free exchange and development of knowledge and practice on all aspects of urban design. It is an ideal way of seeking advice from others on day-to-day problems or developing support for your own ideas. To Join, click the icon!

Hosted by the UK Universities state-of-the-art Jiscmail system.

 


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