Fred Pooley - quiet-voiced pragmatist - dies aged 81
Former RIBA president Fred Pooley - who concluded his career heading architecture, planning and transport at the GLC - has died aged 81. Born in West Ham in London's East End, he qualified as an architect, planner and surveyor before serving with the Royal Engineers during the war. He also qualified as a structural engineer and arbitrator.
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