Liverpool's architectural schemes at the beginning of the 21st century are dominated by the city's bid to become the European Capital of Culture in 2008.
The redevelopment of Mann island, the area between Albert Dock and Pier Head is a RIBA award-winning mixed-use development which reconnects Liverpool’s city centre to its historic waterfront.
In addition to the new sites and recent projects, we will be visiting the great wealth of the city’s architectural heritage which is rooted in the city’s development into a major port of the British Empire. This covers a variety of architectural styles of the past 300 years, including the Anglican Cathedral and The Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral.
CES Credits: Approximately 14, including about 8 HSW credits
Early-bird AIA Member Rate Before 31st July 2017: £99.00; AIA members can purchase 1 additional ticket (for plus one that is non-AIA) at this rate.
AIA Regular Rate After 9th August 2017: £149.00; AIA members can purchase 1no. additional ticket (for plus one that is non-AIA) at this rate.
Young Professionals under-35s: £79.00 ; AIA members can purchase 1no. additional ticket (for plus one that is non-AIA) at this rate.
Non-member Rate: £169.00
Friday 08th September: For those arriving the night before, there will be an informal late evening dinner.
Monday 11th September: Optional Add-on Programme