Calendar

february

13jan - 17marAll DayOpen Exhibition 2018Contemporary Art Northampton

5feb - 8feb 59:00 amfeb 8Architectural HeritageConservation of Architectural Heritageluxor,egypt

6feb5:30 pm- 6:30 pmWestgate Oxford: Initial Results from Oxford’s Largest Excavation - a prehistoric floodplain, a medieval friary, Civil War defences and Victorian terracesTHE TOM HASSALL LECTURE- Lecturer: Ben FordRewley House

9feb6:00 pm- 7:00 pmARTICULATING HISTORY: architecture and memoryJohn Henry Brookes Main Lecture Theatre

20feb5:30 pm- 6:30 pmOld Maps of Oxford: Another Look at Agas, Loggan and WhittleseyLecturer: John HawkinsRewley House

28feb6:00 pm- 7:00 pmExcursion: Nether Winchendon House and Chenies Manor HouseJohn Henry Brookes Main Lecture Theatre

march

13jan - 17marAll DayOpen Exhibition 2018Contemporary Art Northampton

1mar2:00 pm- 4:30 pmDESIGNING FOR FLOOD RESILIENCEWith flood events set to increase in both frequency and severity as a result of climate change, it is vital that we understand the ways in which the built environment can be adapted to cope with the challenges it is set to endure. This seminar will explain the key principles of designing for flood resilience in relation to both new build and existing communitiesBirmingham

1mar6:30 pm- 8:00 pmTaking Control of our Housing: Women Leading the ChargeSt. Giles'

1mar6:30 pm- 8:00 pmTaking Control of our Housing: Women Leading the ChargeOxford Quaker Meeting- Garden Room

6mar5:30 pm- 6:30 pmThe Oxfordshire Historic Environment Record at 50 Lecturer: Susan LiskRewley House

15marAll DayBIM Regions OxfordEvent 1Oxford Brookes University

17mar12:30 pm- 2:00 pmIdentity and [affordable] housingOxford Brookes University

22mar2:00 pm- 4:30 pmHOW TO INTEGRATE GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE ELEMENTSConsidered and well-designed green elements can lead to successful projects for the public and other end-users. This seminar will provide you with strategies for the design, installation and maintenance of urban green infrastructure, their benefits in terms of approaches and techniques, and how these relate to the planning system.Birmingham

april

10apr - 12apr 109:00 amapr 12The International Conference on Resilient and Responsible Architecture and UrbanismRRAUHanze University

10apr - 12apr 109:00 amapr 12Resilient and Responsible Architecture and Urbanism 1. Ramping Up Net Energy Zero Buildings 2. Future Proofing And Occupant Satisfaction Of Net Energy Zero Buildings 3. Energy Efficient Urban Areas 4. Resource Efficiency & Circular Processes 5. Governance 6. Water Management In The Built Environment 7. Business Models 8. Maintenance For Buildings 9. Transformation Of Environments 10. Renewable Energy Generation 11. Sustainable Buildings Groningen, Netherlands.

19apr2:00 pm- 4:30 pmGOING OUT TO TENDER: SKILLS AND STRATEGIESThis seminar will look at strategic and detailed aspects of preparing for tender, the process, and post tender negotiations.Birmingham

may

10mayAll DayBIM Regions OxfordEvent 2TBC

17may2:00 pm- 4:30 pmHOW TO ADVISE YOUR CLIENTS ON THEIR CDM DUTIESThis seminar will explore the role of architect as Principal Designer, focusing on issues around advising clients in accordance with the CDM 2015 regulations.Birmingham

june

9jun - 10jun 910:00 amjun 10BUILD IT LIVE IN BICESTERBuild It Live Bicester is packed full of practical information and tips that will educate and inspire you. Bicester

21jun2:00 pm- 4:30 pmETHICS IN ARCHITECTUREThis seminar will provide you with an awareness of the tangible threats faced by you and your clients, and mechanisms that have been developed in order to address those threats. Irrespective of the size of your organisation, you will be equipped to understand strategies and tools you may develop yourself, take pragmatic measures, and provide informed support to your clients.Birmingham