The video below shows the third in a series of three debates organised by The Information Project to publicise the possibilities for the park and to help create a critical, intellectual debate about the identity of community, place, culture and design for the twenty-first century.

 

The organisers are

Noreen Meehan, Dagmar Binsted, Christopher Binsted

Chair: Wendy Shillam

Director, Urbaneye  architect, town planner, urbanist, writer and thinker

 

Panellists: Dr John Bold

Reader in Architecture, former Head of Architecture for the Royal Commission on the Historical

Monuments of England

 

Leo Hollis

Historian & urbanist, ‘cities are good for you’

 

Peter Wynne Rees

Professor of Places and City Planning, The Bartlett, UCL

 

Dr Jan Piggott

Historian and author, ‘Palace of the People’

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Video Credits

Location

Salvation Army Worship Hall

 

Sound

Simon Gaiger

 

Camera

Jules Hussey, Sue Giovanni

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Introduction by project Director Dagmar Binsted

Wendy Shillam

Dr Jan Piggott

Peter Wynne Rees

Leo Hollis

Dr John Bold

 

 

Questions from the floor

John Payne, Chairman, CPCA

Name not given

Leo Hollis responds

Peter Wynne Rees responds

Seneka responds to Peter Wynne Rees

Jules Hussey question on the legacy of culture, environment and community

Dr Jan Piggott responds

Dr John Bold responds

Wendy Shillam asks the audience to identify what they need and want in the park

Name not given, an idea from Victoria Park in Hong Kong about free WiFi in the park

Dagmar Binsted statement on development

Karen local resident comments on strength of existing community

John Payne, Chairman, CPCA

Dr John Bold responds

Leo Hollis responds

Peter Wynne Rees responds

Dr Jan Piggott responds

Wendy Shillam summarises and closes

Thanks to Helen Lockstone for all her work on our previous website. Thanks to John Wilson for our logo design. Current site by Gemma Pettman and Sue Giovanni