Archive for 16/04/2017


Peter Guillerry and David Kroll (eds), Mobilising Housing Histories: Learning from London’s Past (RIBA Publishing, 2017) Back in July 2013, in the very early days of this blog, I attended an invaluable conference hosted by the Institute of Historical Research entitled ‘Mobilising London Housing Histories: the Provision of Homes since 1850’. I’m pleased to see […]

via Mobilising Housing Histories: Learning from London’s Past: a Review — Municipal Dreams

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A new report has shown that restoring nature habitats can benefit struggling bird species. The RSPB, British Trust for Ornithology and Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust have today added 15 birds to their ‘red list’ of species currently under threat of extinction in the UK. More than a quarter of UK birds face extinction or significant […]

via National Trust response to State of the UK Birds report — National Trust Press Office

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