Learning at Work
Infrastructure for Large Scale Residential Developments
The provision of a sound infrastructure system is perhaps the key to successful residential development. This is a view held by some of the country’s leading architects as well as many spatial planners. This course through the use of a very large and dynamic case study explores the many complex issues that have to be considered when managing schemes for residential development.
Using the £2bn Manydown Project as a case study this course considers:
- the relationship between residential design and infrastructure needs
- energy services
- waste removal and drainage
- transport and communication
- public services
- sustainable issues
- cutting edge telecoms technology
- provision of ‘internet of things’
Launce Morgan is a consultant to AECOM supporting Transport for London on the £3.5bn Earls Court joint venture with Capital and Counties. He also, in his role in LaSa Management, provides expert development and project/cost management services for various other clients. Launce has strong skills in Project Management, from funding, inception, design, planning through to construction handover, particularly with housing and hotel sectors.
Launce Morgan, FRICS, Director of LaSa Management
The Potters Heron Hotel, near Romsey SO51 9ZF
Wednesday 14 March 2018, 9:20am–12:40pm