'LONG LIVE SOUTHBANK: An Exploration into the Skateboard Community’s Relevance to Public Space Governance in London' by Stuart Maclure

‘LONG LIVE SOUTHBANK: An Exploration into the Skateboard Community’s Relevance to Public Space Governance in London’ by Stuart Maclure, 2016.   Over the past 3 years Southbank and LLSB have featured in numerous student essays and dissertations across the UK and around the globe. We’re stoked to read how an inspired generation wants to make […]

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LLSB speaks at World Town Planning Day 2014: Who has a right to the city?

LLSB was invited by the Royal Town Planning Institute to speak at  their ‘Who has a right to the city?’ event as part of World Town Planning Day 2014, hosted by New London Architecture at The Building Centre in London on 4th November 2014.   To read the event review click here: http://rtpilondoncalling.wordpress.com/2014/11/11/event-review-world-town-planning-day-2014-who-has-a-right-to-the-city/   Long Live Southbank full […]

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Southbank and the Clash of 'Culture' ~ guest blog by Samuel Bailey

Photograph by Sam Ashley Regeneration and redevelopment projects within cities are being redirected down a long and winding road towards ‘Destination Culture’. As globalisation envelopes the everyday life of the city-goer, there is a shift in how we see the city as a landscape. Increasingly, city planners and developers are trying to find new ways […]

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