CATCH UP: Lessons from Manchester - why tall buildings matter

Hodder St Michael's Tower from Applicant Planning Documents


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Wednesday 24th February 2021

11.00am - 11:45am

Live online event

Starting from SAVE's valiant stand against the Footballers' Tower in central Manchester, Michael Hebbert, chair of Town Planning at the University of Manchester and an Emeritus Professor both of Manchester and of the Bartlett at UCL, will explore the forces underlying the city's present skyscraper boom and - once the tower-cranes have done their work - the disturbing implications for heritage, liveability and environment.

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