Baylight Fellowship Part 3 - Friday 7 October 2022Regular price £145.00
A day-long visit to extraordinary housing examples in South East of England, the third part of the Baylight Fellowship from the Academy of British Housing on Friday 7 October will include:
Exterior tour of the acclaimed Lyde End, Bedlow 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
Resident-led tour of Span’s Cedar Chase, Taplow focussing on the long-term maintenance of shared public spaces
Architect-led tour of Grade II*-listed Turn End, Haddenham led by Peter Aldington exploring both interiors and the development’s internationally renowned gardens
Accredited by Open City, the charity behind the acclaimed Open House Festival which has championed special properties across 50 countries for more than three decades, the Academy of British Housing provides everything leading public and private sector clients of new housing and neighbourhoods need to deliver true long-term success.
Part 3 - South East England
Friday 7 October 2022
Visit a series of extraordinary residential developments in South East England for the third 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.
Meeting at London Victoria, participants will travel by coach visiting Cedar Chase, Lyde End and Turn End and returning to London in the evening. The day will include a lunch, workshop and talk with further details and participants to be announced. Highlights of the day will include:
An exterior tour of Lyde End Cottages, Bedlow and resident-led tour of the acclaimed Cedar Chase, Taplow focussing on the long-term maintenance of shared public spaces and lifetime homes.
A tour of Turn End with internationally renowned architect Peter Aldington. Turn End was one of three houses designed and built in the 1960s with unique, internationally renowned gardens designed as a natural extension to the house.
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 3 is the third installment of the Baylight Fellowship and comes just a few months after Part 1 and 2 which explored extraordinary housing in Cambridge and London. Prices for the day include travel and catering and are £145 for private sector with a £105 concession for those working in the public sector. Ticket price includes catering and coach transport to and from London.