Kings Cross Central and Somers Town masterplans: actions and adaptations for climate resilience


15 June 2022

17:45 -19:45


This two-hour walking tour focuses on the masterplanning of Kings Cross Central that began at the end of the 20th Century, discovering the extent to which during its 13-plus years' construction period, developer Argent has acted and adapted the development to climate change. The Somers Town masterplan provides a clear contrast, not only in terms of scale and timing, but also how it has sought to act on another pressing sustainability issue - that of community. We will walk and talk together about stakeholders' actions and outcomes, no doubt praising and questioning in equal measure.


Free

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Maggie Baddeley

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Location:


Kings Cross Central - the meeting place for the tour start is outside the German Gymnasium, 1 Kings Boulevard

The German Gymnasium, 1 Kings Boulevard (outside the restaurant's Pancras Square entrance, beside the tree)

N1C 4BU

07929 147209



Accessibility:

For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: architecturetourslondon@gmail.com


Wheelchair accessible
Assistance dogs welcome

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