How to Make People Friendly Places - on the Edge of Town

Wednesday 29 June 2022 - 12:30 to 13:45


This free masterclass, which features a winner of the National Urban Design Awards shows how masterplans, design codes and local development orders can be used to create well-designed development anywhere in Great Britain.  Local authority councillors, housebuilders and developers are warmly invited. 

Nansledan, introduced by Hugh Petter, Adam Architecture

A 218 hectare mixed use, mixed tenure sustainable extension to Newquay for the Duchy of Cornwall, will evolve into a community of 4,000 homes and 4,000 jobs

12.30 – Welcome

12.35 – Nansledan - Vision, Context, Masterplan, Pattern Book and Coding

               Hugh Petter, Director, ADAM Architecture

13.00     Q&A

13.10     Planning: using a Local Development Order  

               Nick Pollock, Head of Planning, Duchy of Cornwall

13.20     Q&A

13.30     General Discussion

13.45     Close

More information about Nansledan, Newquay | Masterplan
ADAM Architecture
Town-making in the Cornish style with school, shops, business units and homes

"Where most new developments provide no more than housing, Nansledan is a genuine piece of townmaking. The project is compact, walkable, and when complete will offer a wide range of on-site jobs and facilities. The use of the Development Control Order planning model looks set to streamline delivery, while ensuring a high quality outcome."