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WALK | Points of view: Understanding London’s townscape

  • 28 May 2022
  • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
  • National Theatre, SE1 9PX
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  • Members of The London Society pay just £10 for this walk
  • Corporate Members of the Society get free tickets.

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**This event is now SOLD OUT. A waiting list is in operation, feel free to register and you will be contacted should a space become available**

Following architect Gordon Cullen’s ideas of townscape and concentrating on postwar commercial development in the City of London, explore the aesthetic and legislative background to buildings, streets and spaces close to St Paul’s Cathedral.

A walk exploring how townscape, views and aesthetics have influenced development in London.

Route notes: General pavement walking, covering a distance of approximately 4km. Public toilets are available at Paternoster Square. 

Guide: Sarah Jackson is an architect and townscape consultant working in London.

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