THE Vienna Model. Free Exhibition & Programme of Events, Dublin April 1 st - 25 th Housing for the 21 st Century City

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1 Free Exhibition & Programme of Events, Dublin April 1 st - 25 th 2019 Exhibition - seminars - InSIghts

2 Mon 1 st April CHQ, Dublin Docklands, D1 1 st 7 th April Official Opening and Address SPEAKERS: Mr. Brendan Kenny (Deputy Chief Executive, Dublin City), Mr. David Silke (Housing Agency) Seminar: Housing for All Planning and 21st Century Planning and housing for Dublin s future. SPEAKERS: Arch. Ms. Helene Schauer (MVD, Austria), Arch. Mr. Mark Gilbert (Trans_City, ), Ms. Claire McManus (Housing Spokesperson, RIAI). PANELLISTS: Ms. Ali Grehan (Dublin City Architect), Mr. John O Hara (Dublin City Planning Officer), Mr. John O Mahony (Architect), Assoc Prof. Declan Redmond (UCD), Asst Prof. Orla Hegarty (UCD). MODERATOR: Dr. Dáithí Downey (Dublin City Housing Observatory). FREE EVENT Pre-booking required Docklands Walking Tour with Mr. Terry Fagan (Historian). A walk back in time through Dublin s famous Monto district. FREE EVENT Pre-booking required - Tue 2 nd April Seminar: Housing for All Sustainable Development via Rapid Urbanism or Gentle Urban Renewal? Planning for Dublin s Docklands, Poolbeg and the North East Inner City (NEIC). SPEAKERS: Dr. Mary Murphy (Maynooth University), Mr. Fergus McCabe (Programme Implementation Board, NEIC). PANELLISTS: Mr. Tony Flynn (Dublin City Director of Housing), Ms. Deirdre Scully (Dublin City Senior Planner), Mr. Karl Mitchell (Dublin City Central Area Manager), Dr. Mick Byrne (UCD), Mr. Derek Kelly (Dublin City Docklands). MODERATOR: Ms. Isoilde Dillon (Housing Agency). FREE EVENT Pre-booking required -

3 CHQ, Dublin Docklands, D1 1 st 7 th April 2019 Mon 8 th April, CHQ Seminar: Housing for All Demography, Migration, Integration and Housing SESSION ONE SPEAKER: Prof. William Hynes (Director, Future Analytics Consulting). RESPONDENT: Prof. Kenneth Gibb (Director, UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, Professor in Housing Economics, Glasgow University). SESSION TWO SPEAKERS: Ms. Michaela Kauer (Director, House, Brussels), Dr. Rory O Donnell (Director, NESC), Ms. Grainia Long (Commissioner for Resilience, Belfast City Council). PANELLISTS: Mr John Coleman (CEO, Land Development Agency) Mr. Cormac Murphy (CEO, European Investment Bank (Ire)), Mr. David Joyce (Solicitor and Board Member, Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission), Dr. Bernie O Donoghue-Hynes (Research Executive, LGMA). Ms. Úna Ní Dhubhghaill (Principal Officer, Office for Promotion of Migrant Integration). MODERATOR: Dr. Dáithí Downey (Dublin City Housing Observatory). FREE EVENT Pre-booking required -

4 Rediscovery Centre, Ballymun, D9 10 th 13 th April 2019 Thurs 11 th April Seminar and Business Expo Housing Investment, Development and Skills SPEAKERS: Dr. Sarah Miller (CEO, The Rediscovery Centre). Mr. Robert Murphy (Chair, Ballymun for Business), Mr. Deiric O Broin (Lecturer TU Dublin, Nordubco and Chair of Ballymun Town Civic Alliance). PANELLISTS: Representatives from local business. MODERATOR: Mr. Liam Barry (Dublin City Economic Development Officer). FREE EVENT Pre-booking required Screening of Ballymun Lullaby Directed by Mr. Frank Berry. FREE EVENT Pre-booking required - Fri 12 th April Workshops for children Everyday Engineering Workshop Presented by The Rediscovery Centre FREE EVENTS Pre-booking required Seminar: Housing for All Housing, Community and Environment SPEAKERS: Dr. Sarah Miller (CEO, The Rediscovery Centre). Mr. Jim Conway (Director, Eastern and Midland Regional Assembly), Ms. Pamela Connolly (Dublin City Planning Executive), Dr. Mel Nowicki (Oxford Brooks University), PANELLISTS: Mr. Padraig Flynn and Mr. Tom O Donnell (SOA Co- Housing). Representatives from local community groups. MODERATOR: Dr. Sarah Miller (CEO, The Rediscovery Centre). FREE EVENT Pre-booking required Screening of Ballymun Lullaby Followed by conversation Film Director, Mr. Frank Berry, cast and Ballymun Music Programme members Mr. Ron Cooney and Ms. Tara O Brien. FREE EVENT Pre-booking required -

5 Rediscovery Centre, Ballymun, D9 10 th 13 th April 2019 Sat 13 th April Housing, Art & the Environment Prize Presentation for Children's Art Competition titled My Home of the Future Performance from The Music Room Ballymun (DIT Music Programme). Workshops for children The Brickx Club Lego Workshops Everyday Engineering Workshop Presented by The Rediscovery Centre Nutts About Nature Workshop Presented by The Rediscovery Centre FREE EVENTS Pre-booking required - Screening of Ballymun Lullaby Directed by Mr. Frank Berry. FREE EVENT Pre-booking required -

6 Richmond Barracks, Inchicore, D8 15 th 25 th April 2019 Tue 16 th April Seminar: Housing for All Delivering New Affordable Rental for Dublin SPEAKERS: Mr John Coleman (CEO, Land Development Agency) Dr. Rory O Donnell (Director, NESC), Ms. Margaret Geraghty (Director of Housing, Fingal County Council), Prof. Michelle Norris (UCD), Dr. John Bisset (Fair Rent Homes). PANELLISTS: Mr. Seán O Connor (CEO, Tuath Housing), Dr. Tom Healy (Director, NERI), Ms. Ailish Comford (Fair Rent Homes), Mr. Jim Baneham (Head of Housing Delivery, Housing Agency), Ms. Aoife Hannan (Director, Inchicore Regeneration Consultative Forum). MODERATOR: Dr. Dáithí Downey (Dublin City Housing Observatory). FREE EVENT Pre-booking required th -19 th and 23 rd -24 th April Workshops for children Creative Workshops for Children on How to Design a House and Home The Brickx Club Lego Workshops and children s art corner FREE EVENTS Pre-booking required -

7 " What is special about and makes us proud, is that you cannot tell how much someone earns simply by looking at their address" Kathrin Gaál, Executive City Councillor for Women s Issues and Housing, City of. Providing affordable housing in has been a political priority since Compared to other cities, rents and land prices in have not solely been determined by the market. 's allocation guidelines ensure that higher income earners and the middle class can access the public housing sector. - The FACTS 1 st 420,000 voted 1 ST PLACE in the international QUALITY OF LIVING RANKING by Mercer FOR 10 YEARS RUNNING 420,000 municipal and subsidised dwelling units The City of owns 220,000 dwellings and an additional 200,000 are provided by limited-profit housing associations. Two thirds of 's 1.9 million population live in public housing in each one of the 23 districts of.

8 1 st - 25 th April 2019 The of housing is internationally regarded for its continued achievement of sustainable, high quality residential development using a cost-rental approach that in effect delivers housing for all. It does this by adopting a general needs approach to housing provision and delivering secure, longterm, high-quality and innovative public rental housing in well designed, adaptable and inclusive neighbourhoods. The Viennese of housing has also long been a pioneer in the global pursuit of new strategies for the design and implementation of forward - thinking urban developments and ways of living. This inspiring exhibition is visiting Dublin for the first time. The exhibition centres on sixty prototypical Viennese projects from the last hundred years, with a special focus on the public art that has complemented s housing since the First Republic. It presents architectural images and information, videos and works of art on scaffolding arranged across ten chapters. 1 Continuity and Innovation 2 Social Mixing 3 Developing New Urban Areas 4 Diversity and Integration 5 Citizen Participation 6 Climate and Environmental Protection 7 Use and Design of Public Spaces 8 Developing Existing Housing Stock 9 Building on the Outskirts 10 The Role of Art