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Escape the office on Friday 1 March with a day-long visit to extraordinary residential landmarks in South East England.

The second part of the Baylight Fellowship from the Academy of British Housing is facilitated by Aidan Hall, co-founder of social enterprise Okra will include:

* Resident-led tour of Span’s Cedar Chase, Taplow focussing on the long-term maintenance of shared public spaces

* Exterior tour of the acclaimed Lyde End, Bledlow designed by the acclaimed architects Peter Aldington and John Craig in 1977 and focussing on the creation of successful long-term housing in a sensitive rural context

* Tour of Turn End and Middle Turn by internationally renowned architect Peter Aldington. Interior tour of Grade II*-listed Middle Turn and a tour of the Grade II*-listed gardens of Turn End, Haddenham

Visit a series of extraordinary residential developments in South East England for the second part of the Baylight Fellowship from the Academy of British Housing — an experiential learning programme providing this generation’s most ambitious commissioners of new housing with the insight, knowledge and inspiration required to deliver outstanding homes and unlock sustainable future value.

The multi-part course offers an opportunity to join ambitious like-minded professionals for an experiential journey exploring time-honoured elements of successful housing – building long-term collaboration between Baylight Fellows drawn from across the public and private sectors.

Open to everyone with an interest in commissioning ambitious new housing, Part 2 is the second instalment of the Baylight Fellowship and comes just a few months after Part 1 which explored extraordinary housing in London.

Prices for the day include travel and catering and are £75 for private sector with a £55 concession for those working in the public sector. Ticket price includes catering and coach transport to and from London.

The Baylight Fellowship: South East England

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Event Type(s) Professional
Tickets / Admission £ 55.00
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