Not surprisingly, reports from the London mayoral debate on architecture concentrated on whether or not the Richard Rogers Architecture and Urbanism Unit would survive. All one can say is that, were it to be abolished on political grounds, it would have to be reinvented, since it does an important job in spotting problems and suggesting solutions in the gaps between policies and geographical areas. Actually this discussion did not take up much of the debate, run under the auspices of ...
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