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Tear-free planning

Thirty years ago next week, the idea of 'Non-Plan' was launched in the magazine New Society by Peter Banham, Cedric Price, Peter Hall and Paul Barker. Highly influential in different ways, it is now being anlaysed by new faces like Jonathan Hughes and Simon Sadler - who are editing a book on the subject for the Architectural Press, to appear shortly - and by Barker himself. He is writing a long essay on Non-Plan and how cities grow for this summer's issue of the Journal of Design History. ...

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