West Wales and Oxford
Chartered architect and National Convenor of the Trees and Design Action Group (www.tdag.org.uk).
They can redesign all they like. The building is in the wrong place and I think the architects should be saying this not pressing ahead with alternatives designs.
We need to preserve all our small green spaces in London - why not invest the money in protecting and maintaining them for all age groups - they offer so many benefits including 'time out' for contemplation.
How much should we keep 'remembering' - Simon Jenkins cautioned about this in the Guardian on 9 November - https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/nov/09/no-more-remembrance-days-consign-20th-century-history
Surely the first thing to do is to remove the obvious causes of pollution especially in inner London...but are there wider sources of pollution that affects London' s air apart from the obvious diesel vehicles and the combustion engine generally?
What are the microclimate implications?
Comment on: Angela Brady honoured with OBE
Very well deserved! All best wishes, Sue James