All set up at the Holiday Park Innovation show alongside the Farm Innovation Show at the NEC tomorrow. Catch Matthew Green speaking on ‘Maximise your Land Use’ in theatre 12 at 11.00 or come along to the stand 3400 to talk to us about your project and get help with planning.
Green Planning will once again be a Grand Designs Live at the NEC this week. Ruth Reed will also be on hand to give project specific advice in the Ask an Expert area – planning.
If you are heading to Grand Designs Live there are still 30 minute slots available for a personal consultation session with Ruth. Every other slot can be pre-booked. Ruth is currently still available on the 11th, 12th and the 14th.
Come and visit us on Stand B2 in the Grand Build area at the NEC from the 10th to the 14th of October. This stand is our best yet. We have regularly attended Grand Designs Live at both the NEC and at the Excel in London over the last few years.
Green Planning Studio’s Director, Ruth Reed, is to be featured in the forthcoming ‘First Women UK’ photographic exhibition at The Royal College of Art from 20th July – 22nd August 2018.
As the first female President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, Ruth made history in 2009, following more than 175 years of male leadership. She has been photographed by artist Anita Corbin as part of this epic project of 100 portraits of trailblazing women in all fields of public life, alongside Betty Boothroyd, Nicola Sturgeon, and Dame Stella Rimmington to name a very few.
Artist Anita Corbin said: “Ten years ago, I had a powerful vision. I knew I had to create a body of work unlike anything I’d seen before. I wanted to celebrate women who have pushed boundaries to achieve their dreams in their own field. I wanted to tell their story, and I wanted it to be seen in 2018 as a celebration of 100 years of female suffrage.”
Of her inclusion in the project, Ruth said: “I am thrilled to be part of this exhibition and honoured to be amongst such amazing role models”.
The First Women UK exhibition will open on 20th July 2018 in the Dyson Gallery of the Royal College of Art, Riverside, 1 Hester Road, London SW11 4AN. Entry is free, 12noon-5pm daily until 22nd August. The exhibition will then travel around the UK, (dates and venues to be announced).