COVID-19 and changing economic geographies
This event on 10th March will explore what the post-COVID prognosis looks like
18 Feb 2021
Meeting in the Middle: problematising placemaking from the ground up
On the Thursday 25th February, the institute is hosting a round table event exploring the topic of 'placemaking' following the publication of The Routledge Handbook of Placemaking at the start of the year.
10 Feb 2021
2021 at the Institute of Place Management
In 2021 we'll deliver our widest programme yet, at a time when professional support for towns and cities is vital. Learn more about what we have planned for next year.
17 Dec 2020
Citizen Participation Network: 2nd Webinar
IPM set to host the 2nd webinar in the Citizen Participation series on 25th November, led by IPM Director Professor Ares Kalandides
09 Nov 2020
Rethinking Darkness Book Launch - 10th December
On 10th December IPM are hosting a book launch for the new 'Rethinking Darkness: Cultures, Histories, Practices' book published by Routledge
Guiding centres through the 'crisis stage: A return to national lockdowns
In this webinar, we will reflect on learnings from the initial lockdown in England in Spring and look at how subsequent lockdowns will affect high streets and town centres
06 Nov 2020
IPM to host #indiehour
On 10th November, the IPM team will be hosting the weekly Twitter debate #indiehour, make sure you logon 8pm-9pm
IPM Launches the Citizen Participation Network
On 20th October IPM launched its Citizen Participation network, with the aim of bringing together academics and practitioners to discuss varying debates within the sector.
28 Oct 2020
Research Seminar: The Routledge Handbook of Place, book launch
On 10th September, we will be hosting a special research seminar for the launch for ‘The Routledge Handbook of Place’. The session will be hosted by IPM Director and book editor Professor Ares Kalandides.
30 Jul 2020
IPM hosts its second international leadership forum
Bringing together place leaders and practitioners from Europe, the webinar saw attendees from more than 20 different countries, as IPM re-enforced its international following
09 Jun 2020