Destination | Bromley Talks and Debates

Parks for the Future: An evolutionary approach to regeneration

19 June 2024

18:30 -20:00

How do we celebrate a park’s heritage whilst responding to the evolving needs of local communities, ecosystems, and the urban context?

HTA Design, Bromley Council, the Crystal Palace Park Trust, and guests meet at the Crystal Palace Bowl for a panel discussion considering the seemingly juxtaposing needs of restoration and futureproofing.

Discussing the benefits of flexible landscape approaches in enabling long-term adaptability and resilience in response to natural ecosystems, changing climate patterns and varying community needs.

Natalia Roussou, Landscape Design Director, HTA Design
Veronica Templeton, Associate and Senior Chartered Landscape Architect, HTA Design
Tom Bevan, Heritage Project Manager Culture and Regeneration, Bromley Council
Will Walpole, Crystal Palace Park Manager, Crystal Palace Park Trust
Nick Biddle, Regents Park Manager, Royal Parks
Charlie Sims, Director of Visitor Experience, London Wildlife Trust

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Location

Crystal Palace Bowl

Crystal Palace Concert Bowl,
Crystal Palace Park,
Anerley Hill
SE19 2BA

Crystal Palace Bowl is located in the Northern corner of the park, within easy reach of the London Overground station and Crystal Place Bus Station (approximately 10-12 minutes walk from either point of arrival). what3words.com: agenda.love.intervals


Tickets / Admission

Free

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HTA Design llp

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Accessibility

Level Access and Automatic Doors (or No Doors)
Assistance dogs welcome
Accessible toilet
Gender Neutral Toilet
Quiet Space
On-Site Parking


For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: events@crystalpalaceparktrust.org .
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Wheelchair accessibility: please be aware that access is via a woodchipped, sloped path which may not be suitable for all wheelchair users.

On site parking: approximately 10mins from the venue.

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