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Most of my walks are private bookings, but I do occasional public events.
On Friday 11th September I will be doing a talk called "Developers and the City" for the Barbican Library.
The talk will start at 12.30pm. The subject is the companies and characters behind the buildings that dominate London's skyline. The talk is free and places are on a first come first served basis. See: http://www.barbican.org.uk/library/event-detail.asp?ID=18526
The talk will be followed by a walk on Saturday 3rd October, covering the same subject. The walk will start at 11am from outside Caffe Nero, Exit 2 St Paul's tube. It will last between 1.5 and 2 hours. Join me to hear about:
- Retail in the City
- The archaeology issue
- Route 11
- The power of land ownership
- Rebuild or re-clad
- Measurement by cranes
- Studs (but not in the nose)
- The role of public art
- Building in the air
- Dreams dashed
The cost of the walk is £10 per person, payable in cash at the beginning of the walk. There is a discounted price of £8 per person for members of London Historians.