conservation

Survival of the fittest: places must respond to survive

Survival of the fittest: places must respond to survive

Planning meets preservation; urban design meets conservation. If we reconcile identity and technology, there is no reason why character and innovation should not go together, says Jack Warshaw

The Power of Place: a lecture by George Ferguson

The Power of Place: a lecture by George Ferguson
The Power of Place by George Ferguson: Chairman, Acanthus Ferguson Mann Architects, past president of the RIBA and a founder of the Academy of Urbanism

The Power of Placeis a lecture given by George Ferguson as part of the Martin Randall Travel Lecture Series, in January 2008

The 1hr plus talk is available to view in 20-plus minute sections

The Power of Place: a lecture by George Ferguson, parts two and three

The Power of Place: a lecture by George Ferguson, parts two and three
The Power of Place,a lecture given by George Ferguson as part of the Martin Randall Travel Lecture Series, in January 2008.

The Power of Placeis a lecture given by George Ferguson as part of the Martin Randall Travel Lecture Series, in January 2008

The 1hr plus talk is available to view in 20-plus minute sections

Parts two and three

Hastings: education and heritage-led regeneration

De La Warr pavilion

Education is regarded as one key element in a major programme of regeneration which has the aim of reviving the economy of the seaside town of Hastings, East Sussex, along with its neighbour Bexhill. A new style 'multi-versity' now has over 700 students, while a new further education college is under construction