Wet July so the Euston Puddle is back. Last seen October 2010 – earlier chapters here. It seems just as bad as it was before I got Network Rail, TfL, the London Boorough of Camden and Skanska to sort it out. Do you suppose I have to mobilse them again each time it rains?
Next post on this topic is Spring 2012, as the Puddle prepares for the Olympic Games.
Tremendously stimulating discussion last Thursday on my latest version of paper on UK housing and land crisis. It’s all at Society Could…
I just was persuaded by Matthew Gandy to write a micro-essay for a book he is editing (or maybe curating is the modern word). I must say I found it incredibly hard to do 1200 words – and overshot – and got upset about it. It’s called (his title, including the ‘z’)
London for sale: towards the radical marketization of urban space
This is what I wrote: