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The Thriving City

London 2062 Workshop 3

Wednesday 9 June 2010

Venue: Room 301, Pearson Building, Gower Street, WC1E 6BT
Time: 10.00am - 1pm (workshop sessions 10am-1pm, working lunch from 1pm)

Convenors: Mark Tewdwr‐Jones, Sarah Bell, Paul Ekins

[1] Duncan Bowie is Reader in Urban Planning and Regeneration and Head of the Spatial Planning and Housing Studies Centre at London Metropolitan University. He has kindly agreed to speak on Strategic Planning, in place of Sir Peter Hall. Go back

[2] Alastair McCapra is Chief Executive of The Landscape Institute, and was formerly CE of the Institute for Conservation. He has kindly agreed to speak on Heritage, in place of Professor Cassar.Go back

Duncan Bowie, London Metropolitan University, Strategic Planning in London Towards 2061

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Peter Jones, Centre for Transport Studies, UCL, Transport in London in 2061

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Alastair McCapra, chief executive of The Landscape Institute, Heritage

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Alan Penn, The Bartlett, 2061 Visualisation

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