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Please join Tim Smith MBE from Thames Valley Berkshire LEP, for a lecture: ‘The Current and Future Role of Thames Valley Berkshire LEP’

The lecture is part of the ‘Economy and Employment’ theme of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk )

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated in 2018, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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Please join Nigel Horton-Baker from Reading UK for a lecture: ‘What is the Future of the Tech Economy in Reading?’

The lecture is part of the ‘Economy and Employment’ theme of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk )

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated in 2018, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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Please join Rob McDonald from Peter Brett and Associates, for a lecture: ‘Smart City Cluster in the Thames Valley ‘

The lecture is part of the ‘Economy and Employment’ theme of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk )

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated in 2018, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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Please join Professor Kathy Pain from the School of Real Estate and Planning, for a lecture: ‘The Future of the Reading Diamond in the Thames Valley’

The lecture is part of the ‘Economy and Employment’ theme of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk )

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated in 2018, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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Digital Visualisation: Understanding the Past and Revealing the Future

Please join Dr Ian Ewart and Dr Dragana Nikolic from the School of the Built Environment, for a lecture: ‘Digital Visualisation: Understanding the Past and Revealing the Future’

The lecture is part of the ‘People and Lifestyle’ theme of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk )

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated in 2018, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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Please join Chris Beales from Reading Climate Change Partnership and Ben Burfoot of Reading Borough Council for a lecture: ‘Reading’s Climate Change Strategy’

The lecture is part of the ‘People and Lifestyle’ theme of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk )

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated earlier this year, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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Please join Dr William Bird from Intelligent Health, for a lecture: ‘Future Health and Quality of Life in Reading’

The lecture is part of the ‘People and Lifestyle’ theme of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk )

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated earlier this year, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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Transforming the Museum of English Rural Life: Past, Present and Future 

Please join Kate Arnold-Foster  for a lecture: ‘Transforming the Museum of English Rural Life: Past, Present and Future’

The lecture is part of the ‘People and Lifestyle’ theme of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk )

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated earlier this year, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2018 and 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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Please join Dr Eugene Mohareb and Dr Daniela Perrotti from the School of the Built Environment, for a lecture: ‘The Urban Metabolism of Reading’

The lecture is part of the ‘People and Lifestyle’ theme of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk )

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated earlier this year, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2018 and 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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Please join Nature Nurture’s Director, Natalie Ganpatsingh, who will share her insights into how we can ensure people and nature connect and flourish in our cities in a lecture: ‘Nature & People in our Urban Future’

The lecture is part of the Reading 2050 lecture series, which provide a platform to discuss how Reading should evolve into a smarter and more sustainable city by 2050 (www.reading2050.co.uk).

Admission to the lecture is free.

The SBE, Barton Wilmore and Reading UK, established the Reading 2050 group in 2013. The Reading 2050 lecture series is structured around three themes, which underpin the Reading 2050 vision:

*Place and Environment
*People and Lifestyle
*Economy and Employment

In 2017, the School brought together expert speakers to discuss Reading’s heritage and history, the future of its transport and energy and the impact of climate change and floods. A discussion on Reading’s Art and Culture was facilitated earlier this year, and there are other Reading 2050 events planned for 2018 and 2019.

https://livingreading.co.uk/publications-events

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