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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Look Familiar? The Festival Wing and other failures

In March 2013, the Southbank Centre unveiled dramatic plans to transform the complex of buildings comprising the Hayward Gallery, Purcell Room and Queen Elizabeth Hall (QEH), including the creation of new roof gardens, a glass pavilion and ‘liner building’, and critically, the infilling of the Undercroft beneath the QEH – used for decades by skateboarders, […]

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