Lessons from London’s South Bank

Sonia Freire-Trigo, a former student of mine now at UCL, is co-author of the article ‘The New Localism, Anti-Political Development Machines, and the Role of Planning Consultants: Lessons from London’s South Bank’, published in Territory, Politics, Governance. The piece explores the implications of new forms of anti-democratic urban policy for planners and consultants. Congrats on this new piece Sonia, keep up the good work!

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