22 November 2019
Doors open at 4.30pm. Please take your seats in the lecture theatre by 5pm at the latest.
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
An opportunity for A Level students to attend one of the Society's prestigious lectures.
Loretta's research focuses on the challenges of gentrification, including the displacement of people as a result of council estate renewal and the impact that gentrification can have on people. Is regeneration urban renewal or social cleansing?
Professor Loretta Lees is an urban geographer who is internationally known for her research on gentrification/urban regeneration, global urbanism, urban policy, urban public space, architecture and urban social theory.
This lecture is open only to RGS-IBG School Members. Tickets are free, advance booking required.
Please login with the school membership administrator account when booking. No tickets are issued. To apply for membership, visit www.rgs.org/smjoin
Please make one booking per school. The lead teacher should book their place and then add the number of accompanying students when asked during the booking process. Additional teacher names are not required - please include other teachers in your total number of students. Groups of students can attend without a teacher if they are over 16 years of age.
Please make sure that you accurately estimate the number of students you are bringing. The content is best-suited to A Level students, though we will also allow GCSE students to attend.
If you significantly overbook spaces or do not use allocated tickets, we may refuse future applications for places.
Please use the entrance on Exhibition Road.
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