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Attendee rates

 

Public Sector

First Delegate

£175

First London Borough Delegate


FREE

Each Additional Delegate

 

£175

*One free delegate place available for all London boroughs. First come-first-served.

Includes:

  • Entry to main plenary session 

  • Entry to all seminars

  • Lunch and refreshments

  • Entry to exhibition

  • Copies of all event materials

  • A hard copy of the Liveable Neighbourhoods Best Practice Guide

Private Sector

First Delegate

£325 + VAT

Each Additional Delegate

 

£175

Includes:

  • Entry to main plenary session

  • Entry to all seminars

  • Lunch and refreshments

  • Entry to exhibition

  • Copies of all event materials

  • A hard copy of the Liveable Neighbourhoods Best Practice Guide

Queries?

 

Contact the Landor LINKS conference team on 020 7091 7865 or email conferences@landor.co.uk

*To change the name of the delegate attending please contact the Landor LINKS conference team.

 

About the venue

For 2021, Liveable neighbourhoods is hosted by the London Borough of Croydon in the newly refurbished 'Fairfield Halls'

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Why Croydon?

 

Croydon's Liveable Neighbourhood Programme is a key feature of the locally developed Vision for Old Town.

This includes Old Town being Croydon’s thriving historic heart, with a flourishing independent business community and attractive neighbourhoods, and well-integrated with the town centre and with surrounding neighbourhoods. It will be accessible, enjoyable and feel safer to walk and cycle and around. It will also include great public transport links.

The scheme aligns with both the Mayor of London’s:

  • Transport Strategy (MTS) which seeks to encourage people to walk, cycle or use public transport instead of jumping in the car for short to medium length journeys

  • Healthy Streets objective – making our streets cleaner, quieter, and more enjoyable

  • Vision Zero – working to eliminate serious injuries and casualties on our roads

What’s happening?


The barrier to walking and cycling presented by the Roman Way and  Old Town Roundabout will be broken through by separated cycle lanes, lower traffic speeds and better crossing facilities for pedestrians and cyclists, as well as a greener environment. We will work with residents living just to the north of Old Town to reduce the amount of traffic coming through the area.

Learn more about the Old Town Master Plan 

Fairfield Halls

 

Fairfield Halls has reopened following a multi-million pound refurbishment which has restored the iconic Croydon building to its former glory.

Spaces at the venue include the world-class Phoenix Concert Hall, Ashcroft Playhouse, Arnhem Foyer and new spaces including The Recreational, Savvy and Talawa studios and the John Whitgift Community Cube.

Croydon Council’s refurbishment of Fairfield Halls is the first phase in the development of a new cultural quarter in Croydon’s town centre – a major milestone in the town’s ongoing regeneration. A new £10 million scheme will provide the perfect setting for the revamped venue with a new public space, linking to landscaping to The Queens Gardens and route from East Croydon.

The £42 million refurbishment of the Halls has been funded by development value from surrounding land, alongside contributions from the Coast to Capital LEP and the Mayor of London’s Creative Enterprise Zone scheme. The award-winning project was delivered by Brick by Brick, the development company established by the council, who led a multidisciplinary project team including MICA Architects and Gleeds.

Full address and contact details below

Getting to the venue

By Bus

The following buses stop close by: 50, 60, 64, 75, 109, 119, 154, 166, 194, 197, 198, 250, 264, 312, 403, 405, 407, 410, 412, 455, 466 and 468.

By Tram

Croydon is served by services from Wimbledon Station, Beckenham Junction Station, Elmers End Station.

and New Addington.

Nearest tram stops: East Croydon, George Street or Wellesley Road

If you are walking from East Croydon, follow the orange signs on the pavement.

Check train times: https://tfl.gov.uk/tram/timetable/tram

By Train

The nearest station is East Croydon which is served by services from from Peterborough, Luton Airport, Central London, Gatwick Airport, Brighton and the South Coast.

Approx Journey times (non stop)

London Victoria to East Croydon - 15 mins

London Bridge - East Croydon - 10 minutes

Gatwick Airport - East Croydon - 15 minutes

Brighton - East Croydon - 45 minutes

West Croydon station is also nearby.

Check train times: National Rail

 

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