Nick Corbett | 2004 | RIBA
The city square has always been at the heart of public urban life. Governments around the world are encouraging city authorities to work with the private sector by investing in urban design, and new city squares are providing the focus for this activity.
The various governmental, professional and corporate organisations involved with the design, development and management of public space have traditionally been divided into separate disciplines, resulting in a fragmented system characterised by communication gaps between the main stakeholders. This book demonstrates what can be achieved when stakeholders work together for the benefit of all.
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Birmingham renaissance - Eastside