High streets: Resilience and resourcefulness

In this session, three speakers will optimistically explore the suppleness, originality and inventiveness of UK high streets from different perspectives.

High streets are full of people who make things happen. In this session, three speakers will optimistically explore the suppleness, originality and inventiveness of UK high streets from different perspectives. Join Stacey Adamiec, Jamie Dean and Mark Brearley as The London Society kicks off its look at London's high streets.

Stacey Adamiec is a Growth and Start Up Strategist who is passionate about high streets. She began developing studios and spaces for creative industries in Swansea and is now an expert in building resilience and resourcefulness in high street businesses.

Jamie Dean is North East Area Regeneration Manager at the Greater London Authority (GLA), responsible for the City Hall high streets work stream. He leads on the development of the GLA's High Streets programme and coordinates the Mayor's Design Advisory Group.

Mark Brearley is the owner of a tray factory (Kaymet) and Professor of Urbanism at The Cass, London Metropolitan University. Former head of Design for London, Mark initiated the Mayor's work focused on London's high streets and now campaigns passionately for high streets to become the focus of twenty-first century economic life in the UK.

Tickets are free for students and staff at The Cass, but you need to book via the link below. Enter your email and choose the ‘CASS Facility’ option, and enter the code HIGHSTREETS2019, this isn’t case sensitive. 
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For more information email Jane Clossick at j.clossick@londonmet.ac.uk and follow us on Twitter for the latest information @CassResearch



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Date/time Tuesday 5 February 2019 at 6.30pm
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Location London Metropolitan University – The Cass
The Wash Houses
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