The optional Monday reception and Saturday tour are free but first-come, first-served. The Wednesday awards dinner is limited to registered attendees and one guest.
The Prince's Foundation's beautiful Garrison Chapel in Chelsea, two long blocks southwest of Victoria Station.
Attendees of the 59th International Making Cities Livable (IMCL) are invited to register for one of two free events, or a third ticketed awards dinner.
On Monday, the 9th of October, at 5PM, IMCL partners The Prince's Foundation and INTBAU - the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism - will host a reception at the Garrison Chapel in Chelsea, followed by a short walking tour of the area.
On Saturday, the 14th of October, at 10AM, IMCL partner the Duchy of Cornwall will host an in-depth walking tour of Poundbury, to begin in front of the Duchess of Cornwall Inn at Queen Mother Square, Poundbury.
Tickets to those events are free but limited in number.
On Wednesday, the 11th of October, there will be a ticketed awards dinner beginning at the Corn Exchange in Dorchester, at 7PM. Tickets are $95 USD (about £75 GBP). Tickets are limited to registered attendees of the conference and up to one guest (requires separate dinner ticket).
IMCL Executive Director Michael Mehaffy noted that "We wanted to wait until everyone was back from vacation or summer time away before opening these tickets," to give everyone a chance to respond, since they are limited in number. Mehaffy noted that the conference as a whole is over 75% full, with five weeks to go. A sell-out appears likely, he said.
The full conference program is now in preparation and should be completed in the next week, Mehaffy says.
The registration page is here: https://www.imcl.online/events/2023-poundbury-conference. Below is a map to the Garrison Chapel.
We hope to see you there!