Quality of life and the places we live are inextricably linked. Creating urban environments that put people first is crucial to healthy, safe and sustainable communities.
Daisy Narayanan is the Senior Manager - Placemaking and Mobility at the City of Edinburgh Council. She’s passionate about creating cities that put people first. Drawing on her work as an architect and urban designer, she interweaves policy, design, and key place principles to help create liveable towns and cities.
Based in Scotland, Daisy leads Edinburgh Council’s sustainable placemaking work. She’s also a member of the Edinburgh Climate Commission and Scotland’s Climate Assembly’s Evidence Group, supporting the city’s zero carbon goals.
Join Daisy and Nesta’s Kyle Usher on 28 October, for a discussion about how to create more liveable cities.
If you’re involved in sustainable urban planning, design, or just interested in how we develop healthier cities, then this event is for you.