9 Oct 2017
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WED 25 OCTOBER 2017 7PM-8.30PM
Kings Place, London, N1 9AG
The Grenfell Tower fire highlighted a number of issues regarding social housing, safety and inequality. A result of years of neglect and poor policymaking, it revealed somet...
MON 23 OCTOBER 2017 6.30PM-8PM
LSE, SHEIKH ZAYED THEATRE, NEW ACADEMIC BUILDING, LONDON WC2A 2AE
The need for a home is universal. But today, housing is dominated by economic and political logics that conflict with the ideal of housing for all. When residential spac...
SAT 21 OCTOBER 2017 12.30PM-1.45PM
The Edge, Claverton Down , Bath, BA2 7AY United Kingdom
Housing is a critical political issue in the UK and the West, and the design and provision of good quality homes is vital to the success of the future city. Justin McGuirk, au...
14 Sep 2017
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WED 27 SEPTEMBER 2017 6-8PM
UCL Lecture Theatre 2, The Cruciform Building, University College London, Gower Street,
London WC1E 6BT
London's Regeneration: Opportunity for Whom?
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INTRO: OUR KIND OF TOWN
This public lecture series...
MONDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2017 AT 7.30 pm (hosted by Tottenham CLP )
The Beehive Pub, Stoneleigh Road, Tottenham, N17
WHO IS LONDON FOR?
Anna Minton, whose new book Big Capital, was published recently will be speaking about housing in London, asking the key question - Who is Lo...
3 Aug 2017
THUR 14 SEPTEMBER 2017 AT 7-9pm
Sutton House, 2-4 Homerton High Street, London, E9 6JQ
BIG CAPITAL: WHO IS LONDON FOR?
London is facing the worst housing crisis in modern times, with knock-on effects for the rest of the UK. Despite the desperate shortage of housing, tens,...
WED 6 SEPTEMBER 2017 AT 7pm
Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, London W2 1QJ
Kleptoscope 6: Who Owns London?
The Frontline Club’s regular Kleptoscope evening asks one of the capital’s most pressing political questions: Who Really Owns London? Hosted as usual by investigati...
21 Jun 2017
19 July 2017 at 7pm
London Review Bookshop, Bury Place, WC1A
Anna Minton discusses Big Capital with Oliver Wainwright, architecture critic of the Guardian.
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31 May 2017
7 July 2017 at 6.30pm
Block 336 Gallery, Brixton
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You are invited to the launch of Big Capital: Who is London for?
Discussion at 6.30 pm with:
Professor Jane Rendell, Bartlett School of Architecture
Beverley Robinson, chair of the Ayl...
The Architectural Review by Anna Minton
11 June 2017 from 12 noon
RED gallery / Kamio, 1-3 Rivington St, London EC2A 3DT
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In the midst of a devastating housing crisis, many luxury properties stand empty. How did London become such a stark symbol of inequality? And in whose interests?
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