where can i buy doxycycline for dogs Focusing on two cities that are exemplar for their urban regeneration, London and Barcelona, this event brought together urban professionals and academics to discuss and reflect from a long term perspective on the regeneration of these respective cities.
Monica Degen (Brunel University London) introduces the event and outlines the main questions informing the evening:
- How do temporal considerations (investment cycles, deadlines, changing global and local politics) affect the planning and construction of buildings and cities?
- What kinds of times are fostered or eliminated in the landscape of urban regeneration projects?
- How do different temporal narratives, practices and ideologies converge or conflict to produce a particular sense of place?
- What is the relationship between neo-liberal time and urban planning?
- Which lessons can be learned from the regeneration processes in Barcelona and London?
Mari Paz Balibrea (Cultures and Languages, Birkbeck): “Militant time, leisure time, working time: Reflections on life in the creative city”
Carme Gual Via (Foment Ciutat, Barcelona City Council): “As time goes by…or how cities reinvent the wheel every term of office”
Euan Mills (Future Cities Catapult): “How should temporal considerations affect the design of the built environment?”
Bob Allies (Allies and Morrison Architects): “The urban masterplan: a process not a product”
Mike Raco (The Bartlett School of Planning, UCL): “Living in democratic times: Reflections on the transformation of London’s built environment”