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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

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.

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NEW DATE: 15-16-17 of SEPTEMBER 2016

Due to circumstances beyond our control, Place Alliance would like to announce the postponement of our Summer School from July to September. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

We are pleased to announce that the first Place Alliance Urban Design Summer School will take place at UCL on the 15-16-17 of September 2016. Find out more and register here

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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.


A regular blog by Prof. Matthew Carmona of The Bartlett School of Planning on urban design issues in the UK and internationally. Latest

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