Van Gogh Walk, Lambeth

East Bank River Arun, Littlehampton

Clapham Old Town, London

Millennium Town Park St Helier, Jersey

South Quay and Foundry Square, Hayle

Firepool Taunton, Somerset

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

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Place Alliance is excited to announce its second Urban Design Summer School taking place from Thursday 14 till Saturday 16 of September 2017 in the newly refurbished Bartlett School of Architecture at 22 Gordon Street.

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  • Olympic legacy - masterplanning Fish Island - Free NLA Breakfast Talk
    25th August 2017 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am
    NLA, The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

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13/07/2017 Place Alliance Summer Newsletter

01/02/2017 Community leaders seek a healthy places ‘manifesto’ for Farnham

01/02/2017 Place Alliance February Newsletter

12/01/2017 – The Place Alliance welcomes the call from the Federation of Master Builders and LGiU for local authorities to adopt the idea of Coordinating codes for small sites. The Place Alliance has argued that these can give certainty to all involved, help to engage communities and lead to a more proactive and creative planning process. They are quick and cheap to produce. More

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