Imagine Inspire Involve Previous Events

November 2014

Meet the Planners, meet the Architects

Three local practices, Miller Clear Architects. Mason Gillibrand Architects and Ben Cunliffe Architects talk about design and what inspired them.

March 2015

Good Design, Good for Business

Harrison Pitt Architects and Hubbard Architects describe their approach to the design of commercial and tourism projects.

June 2015

Development Control Committee Members design training day

Miller Clear Architects and Ben Cunliffe Architects.

July 2015

Tour of Lancaster University Campus to see new modern architecture.

October 2015

Building an Eco-house

Local architect, the late David Matthews, talked about the design of two new sustainable houses in the Lake District National park.

February 2016

Conservation: The Past and its Future. How do architects meet present and future needs while conserving the heritage of the past?

John Coward Architects and Haigh Architects talk about their approach to conservation.

May 2016

The House - Two local architects talk about their inspiration and approach to house design

An illustrated talk by Chris Rushton of Lakes Architects and Will Sutherland of WS Architecture

September 2016

LAWSA architects and LDNPA planners Bake-Off challenge

Architects and planners met at The Footprint, Windermere, for a Bake-off challenge.

March 2017

Sustainability and self-build in Cumbria.

Local architect Andrew Yeats of Eco Arch Architects described his design projects and his client Shelley Barlow talked about a recent self-build house.

June 2017

Visit to The Sunbeams Music Centre, Penrith

Visit to the centre and talk by the architect Will Mawson of MawsonKerr, followed by supper.

November 2017

The Lake District National Park now has World Heritage status. What does this mean for architects and design professionals?

A talk by John Hodgson, former Historic Environment and World Heritage Coordinator for the Lake District National Park.

Dave McGowan, Head of Development Management, explained the LDNPA approach to planning assessments and information requirements