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The Landscape Ahead - Disaster or Utopia? 5/5

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Date: Saturday 3 June 2000
Time: 18:00
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Running time: 60 mins

Garden Conservation Symposium. 'Landscape is going through a period of particularly rapid change . . . how can we ensure the quality of the land in which we live and from which we draw our nourishment'. An intensive debate on the future of landscape, with contributions from international experts drawn from the fields of landscape design, planning, politics, art and architecture.Introduced by Mohsen Mostafavi, speakers include: Paul Evans, Director Of Regeneration, Southwark Council; David Jacques, Director of the AA Garden Conservation programme, historian, conservationist, and author of Georgian Gardens; Elizabeth Watson, co-author of Saving America's Countryside, and a consultant on heritage planning, conservation, and sustainable development.

Roundtable discussion at the end of the Symposium.



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