3rd March 2000




London Architect Tim Ronalds will give the next lecture into urban regeneration on Tuesday 7th March - part of a innovative series focusing on how building design affects cities and what lessons can be learned from past mistakes.


Hosted by the Hull School of Architecture, the series features masterclasses by eminent architects who have been involved in successful urban regeneration projects in some of Europe’s major cities.


“All 10 speakers have made a significant contribution to improving urban areas and will pass on ideas about how it could work in Hull,” said David Raynor, a senior lecturer in Architecture at the University of Lincolnshire & Humberside.


The series, organised in association with Hull CityVision, continues the debate into best practice in building design provoked by Terry Farrell’s River Hull Corridor masterplan which will be exhibited in the School of Architecture foyer on George Street.


The series is open to the public and will runs on a weekly basis until 2nd May at the Saville Lecture Theatre, School of Architecture, George Street. On 7th March the lecture begins at 6pm. For more information ring Micheline Baker on 01482 440550.