• high streets panel discussion

    Glass-House Chief Executive appears on Victoria Derbyshire show

    On Tuesday 7 August, Glass-House Chief Executive Sophia de Sousa took part in a televised panel discussion on BBC Two’s Victoria Derbyshire show that explored the challenges facing the UK’s high streets and what their future might look like. Amongst a panel of retail experts, politicians and community leaders, Sophia reflected on the changing nature […]

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  • Queens Park

    Sophia appointed to expert panel to advise on the future of the high street

    Glass-House Chief Executive Sophia de Sousa is one of eight members appointed to an Expert Advisory Panel on High Streets, announced by High Streets Minister, Jake Berry MP on 16 July 2018. Chaired by Sir John Timpson (chair of multiple service retail Timpson), the panel will explore what local communities want from their high streets, […]

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  • EDP Design training London

    We’re recruiting – join our team

    With 17 years’ experience of supporting people, projects and places, we want to explore how we can continue to make a difference through our support and outreach. As well as looking towards the future, we are embarking on a period of revisiting past projects and bringing together our approaches and tools, with the long-term goal […]

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  • EDP at Tate Exchange

    Taking time to look back at our work…

    With 17 years’ experience of supporting people, projects and places, we think it’s a good time to look back at our work, evaluate the impact of our support and bring together and share the tools and approaches we’ve developed over many years to support greater participation in the design of our built environment. We also […]

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  • Alder Hey Hospital

    GDPR: Update to our Privacy Policy

    With the introduction today of new data protection laws – the General Data Protection Regulation ‘GDPR’  – we have updated our Privacy Policy to reflect these changes. Our updated policy provides information on how and why we collect your personal information, what we do with it and how we keep it secure. Please do not […]

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  • Season’s greetings / Christmas office hours

    We’d like to wish all of our friends and followers a restful and peaceful holiday, and a very Happy New Year. Please note that The Glass-House office will be closed from 19 December until 2 January 2018. You can have a look back at the highlights of our work over the past year in our […]

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  • Susannah Davis

    New Trustee joins the Board of The Glass-House

    We’re delighted to welcome Susannah Davis, a leading non-contentious building construction and engineering lawyer, to our Board of Trustees. Susannah brings with her invaluable insight and experience of the housing and development sectors, as well as fresh thinking on how we can work with industry to better connect people and communities with design and placemaking. […]

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  • Edinburgh People on Place

    The right to great design – join the conversation in Sheffield and Bristol

    After kicking off our new People on Place Series in Edinburgh in July, we’re excited to announce our next two events in the Series which will explore the right to great design. You can join the conversation on Wednesday 27 September (6:30pm) at Roco Creative Co-op in Sheffield or at the Architecture Centre, Bristol on […]

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  • valuing interdisciplinary

    The Glass-House is featured in a new book on the value of collaborative research

    The Glass-House is delighted to have contributed to a new book published by Policy Press and edited by academics Keri Facer and Kate Pahl entitled Valuing interdisciplinary collaborative research – Beyond impact. Part of a series showcasing research from the Arts and Humanities Research Council’s Connected Communities programme, the book explores the benefits of collaborative […]

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  • The right to great design - The Glass-House People on Place series

    Join the conversation in our new People on Place series

    This year we’re launching a new series of open conversations in the round which will involve events in four cities across the UK – Edinburgh, Sheffield, Bristol and London. Bringing together a wide-ranging audience from communities, practice, education and policy, each event will explore the perspectives and realities of different experiences of place and placemaking: […]

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