The 2019 edition of the Journal of the London Society is about to go to press and so should be with members in the next couple of weeks. It's a bigger than usual edition - 104 pages - with features, opinion and case studies reflecting this year's Society themes.
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- Industrial Revolution Exploring the potential of ' flatted factories'
- Dogs' Life - 1980s Docklands captured by photographer Mike Seaborne
- Albertopolis: London's original innovation district Sarah Yates on the legacy of the 1851 Great Exhibition
- The Art of the Mapper London reimagined by illustrator Adam Dant
- When the music stops. Will the soul of Tin Pan Alley be lost to Crossrail? asks Peter Watts
- Floral Tribute Jessica Cargill Thompson hears how plants are reviving memories of an East London street
- The Successful High Street - Why thriving Peckham shows we need to adjust our values
- Ahead of the game. The art project redefining a high-street staple
- Organically does it. John Myers encourages residents to take back control
- Context message. History provides the roots for great places, says Emily Gee
- Beyond Bricks and Mortar Heather Jermy on preserving the essence of place
- Saviours of the City Anne Thomas on the heritage guardians of the City of London
- Constructing Places, Building Trust Jessica Cargill Thomson on the need to engage with the Old Kent Road before redeveloping it
- A London Notebook: Blackwall & the Isle of Dogs
- London Online Members' picks of the best websites
- From the Archives. What was the Society up to 50 and 100 years ago?
- Book Reviews