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Our breakfast event as part of this year’s Green Sky Thinking week explored the complexities of density – one of the most powerful measures influencing built form both through policy and practice.
Speakers included architects, planners and social scientists who discussed questions such as:
- Can we refine and enlarge the toolkit that helps decide how much we should build where?
- What is the relationship between density, well-being and sustainability?
- What do we have to learn to deal with local densities in London that now rival Hong Kong?
Speakers: Sunand Prasad, Barney Stringer, Andy von Bradsky and Gerard Maccreanor.