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
Place Alliance is a movement for place quality. It is founded on the idea that through collaboration and better communication we can establish a culture whereby the quality of place becomes an everyday national and local priority. Place Alliance is open to all and brings together organisations and individuals who share the belief that the quality of our built environment has a profound influence on people’s lives.
The RTPI Awards for Research Excellence recognise and promote high quality, impactful spatial planning research from RTPI accredited planning schools, and planning consultancies, in the UK, the Republic of Ireland and internationally.
Place Alliance is an independent not-for-profit movement. If you wish to make a donation to help grow the Place Alliance network visit our UCL online giving page to make a gift now. Your support is truly appreciated
Place Alliance is delighted to invite you to THE BIG MEET 6: Healthy Places on Wednesday 19 of October 2016 from 10.30am to 4.30pm at UCL Main Quad Pavilion.
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The National Urban Design Conference 2016 - Learning from London
6th October 2016 @ 11:00 am - 7th October 2016 5:00 pm
London. Save the date... More details soon.
BIG MEET 6
19th October 2016 @ 10:30 am - 5:00 pm
Place Review Group Meeting
24th October 2016 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Upper Woburn Place, Upper Woburn Pl, Kings Cross, London WC1H, UK
8 September 2016 – Place Alliance wins the RTPI Awards for Research Excellence
16 May 2016 – Place Alliance Press Release
THE PLANNER 29/06/2016
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.
A regular blog by Prof. Matthew Carmona of The Bartlett School of Planning on urban design issues in the UK and internationally. Latest