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click here for All Planned Out? - The Worldwide Impact of the British Town and Country Planning System

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

18 and 19 May 2007

All Planned Out? was a two day international conference in London that brought together professionals, academics, and those more widely interested in development to review planning successes, recognise failures, and to discuss the requirements of a new century.


click here for details of Superbia, a day-school hosted by the Centre for Suburban Studies on 23 September 2006

The case for suburbia

23 September 2006

Superbia was a day-school, organised by the Centre for Suburban Studies in association with audacity, sponsored by the Modern Masonry Alliance, and hosted by the CSS at Kingston University. The aim was to recognise that most of us in Britain already live in suburbia.


Building Audacity at The Building Centre

Building audacity

10 July 2000

audacity was launched through the Building audacity conference at The Building Centre, Store Street, London. This was part of the month long launch event of the Institute of Ideas, dedicated to creating a new arena for critical thinking and the space for a robust exchange of views.


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