POLITICAL HUSTINGS ABOUT HEREFORD’S BUILT ENVIRONMENT
This event has been organised by the Hereford Civic Society. It would be great to have people present asking questions on sustainability and pushing for the changes that need to be made in light of the Climate Emergency declaration made last month. Below are the details!
Candidates’ visions for Hereford in 15 years time
Chaired by John Bothamley, CBE
Taking place at Herefordshire & Ludlow College,
Hereford campus, Folly Lane, Hereford
on Thursday 11 April 2019
Arrivals from 6.45pm, for a 7pm start, and a 8.30pm close
What plans do our political candidates have for Hereford’s built environment
if they are elected in May 2019?
The Hereford University Centre and the Hereford Civic Society will bring a
lively structured Pecha Kucha meeting with all parties invited. Each candidate
will be able to show five slides in a five-minute presentation. It will be a
unique opportunity seeing politicians held to time, respectfully questioned
and, hopefully, showing off some deliverable visions for Hereford.
During this year, Place magazine has been highlighting concerns the Hereford
Civic Society has about piecemeal development, and the apparent omission
of an overall master plan. The Society’s aims include promoting high
standards of design as well as preserving the best of our historic buildings. The
candidates will be explaining their approach to highway design, their vision for
the City and just where they would like to see new developments.
At the evening’s lecture there will be the Conservative, Green, It’s our County,
Labour, and Liberal Democrat parties.
This lecture is free of charge and open to the public.
Please RSVP by Thursday 4 April to
t. 0800 032 1986