In the last of our Spring Tuesdays Till Two “Church of Ideas” talks at 1pm on 15th March, architect Peter Slinger will be taking a look at what the housing crises of the past have to teach us today. The present housing crisis is not the first one to hit the UK. The talk will look at previous crises, their causes, effects and solutions and discuss the potential for dealing with them in the future.
As usual the church café will be open from noon, and will be selling a range of hot drinks, and home made cakes, scones, and other baked goodies with all profits from the café going to The Green Backyard. The talk will begin at 1pm and will be followed by an opportunity for discussion and questions. Admission to the talk is free, but a donation to help cover costs will be appreciated. The suggested donation is £3.
Peter is a Chartered Ecclesiastical and Conservation Architect who has been involved in private practice in Peterborough since 1983. He was Chairman of the Huntingdon and Peterborough Chapter of the Royal Institute of British Architects between1999 and 2013. He is a former member of the Peterborough Housing Forum, the Peterborough Design Review Panel, the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, a member of PECT and of Peterborough Civic Society and an associate of the Ecclesiastical Architects’ and Surveyors’ Association.