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The Arcadian Thames: planning policy ignored?

Wednesday 25 November 2015, Kingston University

The event at Kingston University launched the CPRE London report 'The Arcadian Thames: planning policy ignored?' which shows how the weakening of the planning system is putting the protected landscape of the Arcadian Thames under threat.

The Arcadian Thames is the name used for the stretch of Thames between Weybridge and Kew, a historic landscape enjoyed by Londoners for hundreds of years as a result of the efforts of the campaigners at the beginning of the 20th century.

Presentations were by Jason Debney, Co-ordinator of the Thames Landscape Strategy Partnership, Pat Brown Associate Professor in the School of Architecture and Landscape and Georgia Wrighton, Director of CPRE London.


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