RTPI London marked the 70th anniversary of the Town & Country Planning Act 1947 with a presentation and walk through the City of London.
Southwark is a part of London which has an unusual history. From stinking marsh to urban edgeland, a haunt of bishops, prostitutes, brewers, actors, monks, tanners and dockers, its history is written in the complex and varied built environment of Borough. CgMs’s Associate Director of Historic Buildings will take you on a walk through the […]
Planned Community Pioneer RTPI London’s May housing theme kicked off on 2nd May with a planning heritage focus on the site of the original Hampstead Garden Suburb Trust offices overlooking Gray’s Inn. Here a century ago, Henrietta Barnett, who has a good claim to be the Institute’s first woman member, led innovative planning and […]