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This year's Journal will be whizzing its way to the printers in the next few days and members will receive their free copies by early June.

If you're not a member and want to receive a copy - over 100 pages of comment, features, opinions, book reviews and photography on London - you can either join the Society or buy a copy here.

Order before 12 June and benefit from our pre-publication offer: you can save 25% and get your copy for just £7.50 instead of the regular £10. P+p is free.

Contents of the Journal include:

FEATURES

  • SHARING IS CARING Archio’s Kyle Buchanan talks about what the pandemic can teach London about sharing
  • LEADING LIGHTS The Illuminated River project shines a light on the capital’s riverside evolution writes Sarah Gaventa
  • SOUND OF THE SUBURBS Jonathan Manns gives the lowdown on the research into London’s suburbs
  • FLOATING POINTS Faced with a fall in congregation numbers, an East London Diocese took a radical change of direction by commissioning a waterbound place of worship
  • WALL STORIES Lockdown has given architectural photojournalist Gareth Gardner the opportunity to explore his local neighbourhood

OPINION

  • A REBIRTH FOR ST PAUL’S Yorgo Lykouria
  • OUTER SPACES Richard Upton
  • HEALTH MATTERS Hala El Akl
  • DEBUNKING DENSITY & DISEASE  Earl Arney

CASE STUDY

  • DESTINATION DINING Ben Masterson-Smith
  • BLACK AND WHITE TOWN Anita Chaudhuri
  • ALL CHANGE AT DOCKLANDS Glenn Howells
  • BLOCK PARTY Andrew Beharrell
  • RYE OBSERVATIONS Alexander Owen Architecture

REGULARS

  • A LONDON NOTEBOOK Geoff Tuffs
  • FROM THE ARCHIVES Mark Prizeman
  • 20 BEST LONDON RECORDS Your top choices

BOOK REVIEWS

  • The Alternative Guide to the London Boroughs 
  • The Walker. On Finding and Losing Yourself in the Modern City
  • Underground Cities - New Frontiers in Urban Living 
  • Vic Keegan’s Lost London 
  • London’s Mayor at 20: Governing a Global City in the 21st Century
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