Where We Live Now has included a number of different activities, including a series of high-level policy discussions, regional discussions around the UK, and public events. Visit the Publications page to read the main reports, as well as to read the briefings of the Productivity+ regional workshop briefing papers.

Launch of Where We Live Now findings – 2nd March 2017

Government roundtable and stakeholder reception at the British Academy

Productivity+ in London – Thursday 22nd September 2016

British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AH

Productivity+ in Wales – Friday 29th July 2016

Yr Hen Lyfrgell (The Old Library), The Hayes, Cardiff CF10 1BHL

Productivity+ in Cornwall – Monday 9th May 2016

Health & Wellbeing Innovation Centre, Treliske, Truro TR1 3FF

Productivity+ in Manchester – Monday 11th April 2016
Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley St, Manchester M2 3JL

Social media, place and policy – Wednesday 9th March 2016
DigitasLBi, 146 Brick Lane, London E1 6RU, 16:30

Streets – Thursday 21st January 2015
Dark Studio, Arnolfini, Bristol

This series is supported by the British Academy. For more information about this series, visit the Facebook page or the Website.

Route – Thursday 10th December 2015
Light Studio, Arnolfini, Bristol

Water – Thursday 19th November 2015
Light Studio, Arnolfini, Bristol

Landscaping Change: Earth – Thursday 15th October 2015Landscape 1 small

Artistic, critical and activist responses to earth and soil futures.
Dark Studio, Arnolfini, Bristol
Speakers: Amy Cutler, Elizabeth-Jane Burnett, Touchstone Collaborations

Big Meet – Tuesday 27th October 2015

The British Academy hosted the Place Alliance’s Big Meet 4. The Big Meet is a biannual networking event and ideas exchange to put practitioners, such as architects and urban planners, in the same room as policy professionals, parliamentarians and civil servants. The Place Alliance updated delegates on its latest projects and activities, and delegates were given the opportunity to feedback on their work, and views on the Where We Live Now project.

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