A report from New London Architecture (NLA) examining the transformation of London’s public spaces over the last decade. The report is the result of research and interviews conducted over a six-month period, the study examines new projects that have transformed the experience of London’s urban realm. It covers the evolution of placemaking; connectivity of the city; ownership, funding and management of public space. It also presents over 200 public realm projects either completed over the last ten years or in design.
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