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Supporting Historic High Streets:
The Ingredients for Success in the 21st Century - Part 1
Tuesday 30th January 2018, Kellogg College, Oxford 

9.30am          Meet at Kellogg College for optional visit to area around Oxford’s new Westgate shopping centre

11.15am        Tea and coffee on arrival

11.30am        Welcome and introduction, Louise Thomas, HTVF Director

11.45pm       Managing Oxford city centre – discussion session, Laurie Taylor, Oxford City Centre Manager

12.15pm       Is the High Street really dead or dying?  Jonathan Burnett, Springboard Research Ltd

12.45pm       Q&A

1pm              Lunch

1.45pm         Shrinking space demands - a strategy for vitality,  John Parmiter, Future High Streets

2.15pm         Understanding local urban character and planning for intensificationJane Manning, Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners

2.45pm         What can a Business Improvement District (BID) do? Catherine Turness, Executive Director, Winchester BID

3.15pm         Q&A followed by tea and coffee

3.45pm         Ageing town centres, Louise Thomas, Director, HTVF

4.15pm         The Community Value of Markets, Professor Sophie Watson, Open University

4.45pm         Regenerating Hillingdon’s High Streets, Councillor Douglas Mills, Cabinet Member for Regeneration, and Councillor Susan O’Brien, Town Centre Programme Adviser, London Borough of Hillingdon

5.15pm         Q&A and seminar close