Tag Archives: Camden

EVENT REVIEW: Waste Planning – 24 February 2015

Hosted by Camden Council, the first event in the Planning for Infrastructure series focused on Waste Planning. A panel of speakers took to the podium to address the ostensibly unglamorous topic of how we effectively deal with the capital’s waste. Peter Heath  – GLA Waste is a resource that we need to exploit for energy […]

FORTHCOMING EVENT: Planning for London’s Infrastructure: Waste Planning – Thursday 24th February 2015 @ 18:30

In 2015 RTPI London will host a series of events focused on different planning themes in London. One of the chosen themes is “Planning for London’s Infrastructure”. This is an opportunity to debate on the future planning issues surrounding the  infrastructure in the Capital. February’s event in the series considers the specialism of Waste Planning. […]

UPCOMING EVENT: Planning Yesterday: Plaque Commemorating Planning Pionner Henrietta Barnett – 2 May 2014

Pioneering planner and social reformer Dame Henrietta Barnett (1851-1936) was the founder of Hampstead Garden Suburb in the early 20th century. 100 years later, it remains one of London’s most attractive and popular neighbourhoods. Come along to the Camden Local Studies & Archive Centre for a talk from Lester Hillman celebrating the history and achievements […]

King’s Cross Central: Presentations and Walking Tour

On Wednesday 20th March a crowd gathered in the foyer of Argent’s brand new offices just off Granary Square in the heart of King’s Cross, ready to find out more about one of the most exciting regeneration projects currently underway in Central London.   The tour began with a brief introduction from tour organiser Tom […]