UDG's May round up



Manual for Streets 3: Designing Parking
Taking a critical look at how we design parking and the way in which we make the most of the limited land available, balancing competing needs for space.
Chaired by Christopher Martin, UDG Treasurer | Co-founder Urban Movement with presentations from:
Amanda Reynolds | Bob White | Paul Sallin | Jon Little

Our second event in the Manual for Streets series - see also:
Towards a new Manual for Streets 3: what do we need?

Logistics: the forgotten foundation of Urban Design and Planning
How new approaches to designing logistics systems could revolutionise the way we design our cities, towns and streets.
Chaired by Amanda Reynolds, UDG Exec | Director AR Urbanism with presentations from:
Robert Huxford | Chris Douglas | Ian Brooker | Hannah Smart | Gary Young | David Milner

Check the event archive page for further details and presentations from UDG events. Recordings are made available with thanks to our media partner UrbanNous.



After a short hiatus the relaunch of the National Urban Design Awards brings new categories that reflect the different types of work undertaken by practitioners in urban design from policies, urban design frameworks and masterplans through to built schemes, with criteria based on real-world design guidance/standards and statutory duties:

Frameworks + Masterplans Policy | Strategy + Design Guidance | People Friendly Place | Innovation | Student Project | Outstanding Contribution to Urban Design | Book Award

Deadlines: Student Project Award 30 June 2021; all other categories 16 July 2021 
Gereously supported by the Francis Tibbalds Trust 


In May the UDG Exec were delighted to approve new Recognised Practitioners:
Erin FairweatherBen Gurney


During May new opportunites were posted for:
Iceni Group | Lambert Smith Hampton | Pegasus Group | RPS Consulting | SUSTRANS | Urban Initiatives Studio

Income from job advertisements on the UDG website help to support the UDG's charitable activities.