Monthly Archives: July 2012

Do some High Streets lack ambition?

I want to share this photo’ with you. It is a High Street’s attempt to get into the Olympic spirit and to provide a space to sit down and watch the sport on television whilst out in the town centre. … Continue reading

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Private Ownership of Public Space

Recently, with the opening of the largest new public spaces in London for many years at Kings Cross, there has been some debate about whether it is a good or bad thing that some spaces which appear to be public … Continue reading

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High Street Events – why poor standards?

Last Sunday my High Street had some events on (paid for by London tax payers although The Mayor was claiming the credit), to coincide with the parade of the Olympic Torch through the town. I just wanted to show you … Continue reading

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The British Seaside

Yesterday I had a day off with my wife and we went to the seaside. Littlestone to be precise. Being a lovely sunny day we even had a paddle as we walked along the beach. Whilst there I had a … Continue reading

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