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Property Patter: Great Estates Miniseries - part 1

In this episode of our Property Patter miniseries focusing on London’s Great Estates, Real Estate Partner Cara Imbrailo is joined by Peter Murray, OBE, co-founder of the New London Architecture (NLA). Together they explore what is a Great Estate? How did they evolve over time? What role do they place in 21st century London? And what lessons can modern developers learn from them?
 
They take a closer look at the evolution of these little towns, neighbourhoods and urban villages, which make London a truly unique global city. 
 
Following the publication of the NLA’s latest book ‘Great Estates: Models for modern placemaking’ in this podcast miniseries Cara and her guests will examine the role that London’s Great Estates play in shaping the capital. Upcoming episodes will include guest speakers from the Howard de Walden estate and from the Church Commissioners for England amongst others. 
 
If you are interested in the additional content and upcoming events from the NLA please follow this link
 
You can also purchase a copy of the ‘Great Estates: Models for modern placemaking’ book here

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