Peter Murray

 

The Society’s first talk of 2019 kicked off one of the main themes for this year – the capital’s parks and open spaces. Our thanks to Studio Egret West for hosting and to Madeleine Gohin for this report.

From Abercrombie’s 1944 Greater London Plan to Sadiq Khan’s 2019 vision of London as a “national park city”, the idea of creating a network of green spaces through London has been a recurring aspiration in the urban policy context of the city. With inputs from Jerry Unsworth, Colne Valley Regional Park, Sue Morgan, Wandle Valley Regional Park Trust and Peter Massini, GLA, this evening has been about exploring the way this ambition is reflected across the London green grid.

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