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Michael Dennis Stagg

Michael Dennis Stagg

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  • Comment on: Yes vote 'would jeopardise' £7.8bn of Scottish schemes

    Michael Dennis Stagg's comment 16-Sep-2014 4:45 pm

    That then would be a Yes to remaining sane, rather than up to one's ears in debt and deaf, instead of burying London in over stressed High Rise knitted piling at ludicrous rental costs on subsiding clay Chunneling and bad sand technology of the terrace slips and polluted groundwater. One thing Scotland Somerset Wales and some other parts the beer soaked longer ago than advertising need to do is leave the ancient themes of London behind for safety and health, lowered inflation, better education and University, Planning, Schools good landscapes and clean water. It was not even the capital that is a recent myth generated by foreign castle builders. MD Stagg Senior Lecturer 1978 GCADesign Cheltenham

  • Comment on: Paul Finch remembers the 'masterly' Richard MacCormac

    Michael Dennis Stagg's comment 31-Jul-2014 8:51 pm

    Even I know MacCormac and I am not an architect let alone a historian, but you see his work all around ... I know his influence from teaching students and reading.

  • Comment on: Obituary: Peter Hall (1932 – 2014)

    Michael Dennis Stagg's comment 31-Jul-2014 8:47 pm

    A leader who directed Geography before I graduated and a great influence in trying to rescue Inner City, where Geography turned off the Path I know not but the results of not listening to him are littered worldwide.

  • Comment on: Foster submits San Francisco towers scheme

    Michael Dennis Stagg's comment 31-Jul-2014 8:45 pm

    Well you can only have one serious earthquake collapse in a lifetime so that must be the Foster Event Pending Tray, Foster Associates are not old enough for the former San Francisco, they all managed to assist the Twin Towers Islamic terrorist mess with slab frame ... what next !?

  • Comment on: Kenneth Baker: ‘We’re in a golden age of architecture, but we’re missing good technical colleges’

    Michael Dennis Stagg's comment 31-Jul-2014 8:40 pm

    That was 1970 architecture and the great development of modern design and landscape influence in agriculture and forestry water resouces and energy through Landscape Planning and Social Architecture for towns, including the earlier Conservation and Interior Ministry USA, following such innovations as towns of wales Carter et al UCW, which The Conservatives ripped apart in the 1980s selling other people's homes, along with the loss of Charter statutory University and Schools and then Labour tore up student grant, wrecking the quality of University academic and professional. The politicians attacked us without relief since 1979 and have not stopped attacking even since we retired, qualified we may be, in cohorts with that rubbish we are not and never will be. Mike Stagg Senior Lecturer 1978 GCADesign Architecture Landscape Architecture Town and Country Planning, University College Research and Teaching Hydrology soils 1969 UCW BScWales magna cum laude.

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