Planning the Post-Pandemic City Online Lecture Series

Jun 03, 2020 03:00 PM - Jun 03, 2020 08:00 PM

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This lecture series explores how we can re-imagine our post-pandemic cities to be more inclusive, green and liveable.

The global COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and magnified issues of urban inequality and environmental justice. Quarantine measures and the shut down of city centres have highlighted the extent to which urban land is dominated by road and car parking infrastructure. In many places, air quality has improved, nature has become more prominent and neighbours are starting to speak for the first time. This online lecture series organised by the Planning Society at Queen's University Belfast, will explore, through comparative practice, how planning can reimagine our cities to enhance well-being through creating more vibrant, sustainable and biodiverse places.


TRANSPORT : 22nd May at 15.00

"Tactical Urbanism in the Time of #Covod 19" by Mike Lydon, Street Plans -


HEALTH: 3rd June at 15.00

"Neuroscience and the City" by Araceli Camargo, Director - Centric Lab -


COMMONS: 9th June at 15.00

"Participatory Processes in the Post-Pandemic City" by Mary Dellenbaugh-Losse -


INFORMALITY: 19th June at 15.00

"Shaping the Self-Constructed City" by David Gouverneur - Weitzman School, University of Pennsylvania -


Any questions can be forwarded to Dr Neil Galway