The latest edition (number 471) of the Journal of the London Society goes to print this week and will be posted out to members within the next fortnight.
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There's a 'conservation' theme to Journal 471, with Peter Murray's interview with Marcus Binney, founder of SAVE; our guide to eight of the best Conservation Areas; Frank Kelsall reflects on 50 years of the Civic Amenities Act; Tom Coward & Geoff Shearcroft of AOC Architecture explain why historic buildings should be brought back into the community; Emily Gee of Historic England calls for a new heritage strategy; Heather Cheesebrough says that conservation areas are over-zealously policed.
And we look at current conservation and heritage projects, from the expected - Pitzhanger Manor and Peckham Station - to the surprising - the Royal Vauxhall Tavern and the South Bank skate park.
On top of all this there are book reviews, features, diaries, details of forthcoming events and a photo essay from Belgian architect-turned- photographer Nadia Naty Everard.
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