Following the launch of the Glasgow City Food Plan this June, Women in Property is proposing a discussion for Glasgow Doors Open Day Festival (GDOF) on how this new 10 year plan has the potential to impact our built environment and help Glasgow become a greener and fairer city.
The panel will be:
– Kieran Fowler – Director at “Glasgow Greens” MSc Food Security
– Mark Horler (Chair at UK Urban AgriTech (UKUAT)
– Abi Mordin (Glasgow Food Policy Partnership) food activist and founder/director of Propagate)
– Susie Stott (Health and Wellbeing Coordinator at Queens Cross Housing Association)
Join us in the discussion and find out how the plan will support a more resilient urban environment. If you have any questions ahead of the event, please send them directly to email@example.com before 31 August 2021.