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All Planned Out?
The Worldwide Impact of the British Town and Country Planning System

18 and 19 May 2007

Ian Abley

Project manager for audacity, Research Engineer at the Centre for Innovative and Collaborative Engineering, Loughborough University, co-author of Why is construction so backward? (2004) and co-editor of Manmade Modular Megastructures (2006)

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e-mail: abley@audacity.org

17.30 on Saturday 19 May 2007 - and very briefly to close

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My attempt to engage with Ed Balls, Economic Secretary to the Treasury, and Ed's wife, Yvette Cooper, Minister for Housing and Planning, has so far not resulted in a response. Maybe there will be more to report by next year. Both Ed and Yvette are keeping their heads down until after Chancellor Gordon Brown is upgraded to Prime Minister.

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