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Charles Campion
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Collaborative placemaking: Tampere, Finland “The best thing was getting to know other businesses & council people & working together to create the Vision. Everyone now understands the whole picture & it will be easier for us to make decisions knowing this”
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Collaborative placemaking: Tampere, Finland “The best thing was getting to know other businesses & council people & working together to create the Vision. Everyone now understands the whole picture & it will be easier for us to make decisions knowing this”
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Rod King MBE Oct 26
20mph speed limits introduced across the whole of Westminster | Highways News -
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Brent Toderian Oct 25
Thompson Street in New York City before-&-after the with outdoor seating took over to save restaurants, & people were given priority over cars. As put it, why would we ever go back? Pics via & Mike.
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Charles Campion Oct 25
October & pedestrian in St Ives today - what a treat!
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Charles Campion Oct 17
Barnes high street is a model for future city planning - a mixed & varied retail, food&drink & community offer with housing above & green spaces in the heart of a “” walkable (& cycle-able) neighbourhood - serving the local community 7 days a week
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Charles Campion Oct 22
So fortunate to work in the calm & creative environment of award winning Pennington Street Warehouse “A place where we can mentor & be mentored. A place for informal development & networking ... so crucial, particularly early on in a career.” READ article by Marcus Adams below
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mary clear Oct 22
We have the ability to make the most precious thing on the planet nutrient rich soil. We have power to feed ourselves
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Charles Campion Oct 21
Replying to @SW_Help
It happens on all trains
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Charles Campion Oct 21
can you tell me why your wifi blocks my iphone internet access even though I’m not using it? It’s rather annoying everyday and I wonder about other people who may not know how to resolve the blocking.
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Richmond Council Oct 21
Residents and traders are being asked their view about the future operation of the temporary pedestrianisation of Church Street, Twickenham. Have your say before 22 November
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Charles Campion Oct 21
To create a car-lite city centre Oslo didn’t ban the car it removed the parking spaces - simples! Clean air, active travel & last year zero pedestrian & cyclist deaths. Thanks for the share
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Brent Toderian Oct 16
“What happened when Oslo decided to make its downtown basically car-free? [it’s car-lite, actually] Parking spots are now bike lanes, transit is fast and easy, and the streets (and local businesses) are full of people.” Via ⁦
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The Association of Collaborative Design CIC Oct 21
Really looking forward to 25 Nov and hearing from: Cat Drew Sara Escalante Talks, projects and labs - Sponsor:
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mary clear Oct 21
Replying to @jtp_placemaking
Wow winner people are the diamonds in the mine
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Charles Campion Oct 21
Replying to @Nico2lette
... and a seagull
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spacelab_ Oct 21
Congratulations ! Such a beautiful, buzzing space and a real showcase of your culture and your craft. We’re honoured to have worked with you on it!
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JTP Oct 20
WE WON! Extremely humbled and incredibly proud to have this labour of love recognised by the The British Council for Offices.
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Charles Campion Oct 20
The town team organised this wonderful mural on an unloved tiled wall by Barnes Bridge station - we like painted signs on walls in the townscape! Thanks the artist and everyone involved.
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