4x4 Special: The Housing Crisis

70 Oxford Street (Formerly Cornerhouse)
Wednesday
13th July, 2016
18:00

4x4 Manchester is a free event which invites 4 speakers to talk for 15 minutes each on a given topic.We will be holding the events at the iconic 70 Oxford Street (formely the Cornerhouse) and the session will begin with refreshments followed by 4 presentations and a what is set to be a lively audience debate. The session will be chaired by David Rudlin of URBED and we are delighted to welcome our speakers:  

Danny Dorling- British social geographer and author of "All that is Solid: How the Great Housing Disaster Defines Our Times and What We Can Do About It" amongst others.

Jenny Lynn - Labour Councillor for Calderdale Council

Philip Brown - Director of the Sustainable Housing and Urban Studies Unit at the University of Salford

Lynsey Hanley - Author of Estates: an Intimate History

Find out more about our speakers here

 

Brought to you by our partners, The Academy of Urbanism, RTPI North West and Manchester School of Architecture

 The events will be filmed and disseminated following the series. See www.4x4manchester.com for more details and to view videos from our previous events.