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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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15-16-17 of SEPTEMBER 2016

Thank you for your interest in 2016’s Place Alliance Urban Design Summer School! Enrolment for this event is now closed.

You can register your interest for 2017’s Summer School by sending us an email with the subject “Place Alliance Summer School 2017”.

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  • CORE SUPPORTERS MEETING
    13th September 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    Room LG01 - Bartlett School of Planning - Central House, Upper Woburn Place

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  • Place Alliance Summer School (postponed from July)
    15th September 2016 - 17th September 2016
    University College London, Gower St, Kings Cross, London WC1E 6BT, UK

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  • STAMP Exploring the Thames in Shad Thames - FREE!
    24th September 2016 @ 10:30 am - 6:00 pm
    Cluttons, 36 Horselydown Lane (corner Shad Thames), SE1 2LN

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THE PLANNER 29/06/2016
In search of harmony: An interview with Matthew Carmona

From protecting public rights in private spaces to ensuring ‘permission in principle’ preserves local character, Matthew Carmona is determined to reconcile public interest and private gain in well-designed places and spaces, finds David Blackman.

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