Archive for 23/10/2016


Originally posted on Rethinking Childhood: This weekend’s New York Times has a major feature and profile on Mike Lanza and his Playborhood campaign to make neighbourhoods more play-friendly. And it’s whipping up a storm. In this piece, I give my take on the campaign and my response to the key criticisms. First, some background. Lanza’s…

via What’s so bad about a father trying to make the world a more play-friendly place? — PlayGroundology

Here we are – with the tenth post in my very occasional series looking at my collection of photographs of garden seats we discover as we explore the gardens we enjoy visiting so much. We have many seats in our own garden to allow us to sit and enjoy it. Equally we look for seats […]

via Are you sitting comfortably? – part ten of a very occasional series — greenbenchramblings

The ‘Five Estates’ were a figment of Southwark Council’s imagination. That’s not to say that the five estates – wedged between Peckham High Street and Burgess Park – didn’t exist but rather that they were artificially combined for a £60m bid for Single Regeneration Budget (SRB) funding in 1994. That bid required a single narrative […]

via The Five Estates, Peckham, Part I: ‘Planning is for people’ — Municipal Dreams

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