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Launch of Design & Trust—Urban Pamphleteer #3

The UCL Urban Laboratory is holding a launch event for "Urban Pamphleteer #3: Design & Trust" as part of Cities Methodologies 2014.

Urban Pamphleteer #3 launches soon

6.30 PM, 30th October 2014 

Slade Research Centre, UCL, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0HB

Urban Pamphleteer #3: Design & Trust asks what the consequences are of prioritising defence and security as a first principle in design. The launch will feature researchers and artists who contributed pieces to the pamphlet.

Contributors include Matthew Ingelby, Anne Bottomley & Nathan Moore, Lorraine Gamman & Adam Thorpe, Johan Andersson, Max Colson, Stamatis Zografos, Samir Singh, Henrietta Williams, Jonathan Gardner, Thireshen Govender & Andrew Charman, Tilly Fowler & Anna Hart, Alaistair Steele, Michele Acuto, and extracts by Teresa P. R. Caldeira & AbdouMaliq Simone.

Urban Pamphleteer is supported by the UCL Grand Challenge of Sustainable Cities and the UCL Urban Laboratory

Urban Pamphleteer, is a series of publications produced by the UCL Urban Laboratory, that confront key contemporary urban questions from diverse perspectives. Written in a direct and accessible tone, the intention of these pamphlets is to draw on the history of radical pamphleteering to stimulate debate and instigate change. The series editors are Ben Campkin and Rebecca Ross. Issues are distributed for free in print and as PDFs (download by clicking on the icons).

Location map for Slade Research Centre, UCL, Woburn Square, London WC1H 0HB

London Conference 2014 from Centre for London

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9.00 AM – 5.00 PM 4th November 2014

Royal Festival Hall, London

(Invitation only - follow the conference on Twitter #lonconf14 )

In  the run up to the 2015 general election the London Conference from Centre for London will be asking what the next government will do for London. The conference will discuss a range of topics including growing inequality in the capital, predictions of population growth, housing, London’s place in the world and the case for devolving powers to London and other cities in the UK.

Although this event is invitation only the Evening Standard is holding an event at the Guildhall in the evening of 17 November to broaden the discussion.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Boris Johnson
  • Michael Hebbert (Professor of Town Planning at UCL)
  • Jim O’Neill (Cities Growth Commission)
  • Julia Unwin (Joseph Rowntree Foundation)
  • David Willets MP
  • Tessa Jowell, MP
  • Peter Madden (Future Cities Catapult)
  • Tony Travers (LSE London)

A full programme can be found at

London Conference Tweets

London Conference Public Debate

Evening, 17 November 2014

Guildhall, London

Public debate following the London Conference to broaden the discussion of the topics raised during the conference. You can follow the London Conference on Twitter by searching for the hashtag #lonconf2014.

More details will be available soon.

London Conference Tweets

Location Map for Guildhall

Urban Sustainability and Resilience 2014

3rd – 5th November

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The second International Conference from USAR (The Centre for Urban Sustainability and Resilience) will be held between the 3rd and the 5th of November. To find out about the conference including the panel event chaired by BBC Environment Analyst, Roger Harrabin (@RHarrabin), please visit the USAR 2014 conference website at

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