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Fridays: City of London Model Talk

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The City Centre

80 Basinghall Street

London

EC2V 5AG

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Learn about the history and future of the Square Mile with this fascinating architectural model.

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Produced by Pipers, the model is a unique way to study this history through the City's built environment. In addition to the historic street plan of the City and a number of heritage assets this 1:500 scale model of the city features all buildings that currently have planning permission which gives you a sneak peek at the City's future skyline.

Join us for a free 20-minute introductory talk, where one of our knowledgeable team will introduce the model and reveal what it teaches about the history, present and future of the City of London. Detailing every existing building and planned new development in the City, the model is a fascinating record of its built environment, allowing a panoramic birds eye view of the area.

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The City Centre

80 Basinghall Street

London

EC2V 5AG

United Kingdom

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Organiser New London Architecture

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New London Architecture (NLA) is an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture, planning, development and construction in the capital. Our core mission is to bring people together to shape a better city.

A busy year-round programme of events, research and exhibitions examines all issues affecting London’s built environment and attracts all those with a stake in the future of the city – politicians, professionals and the public. We bring the broadest group of people from all disciplines and communities together to share knowledge and debate the city’s unprecedented growth.

We are based at The Building Centre in central London where our giant interactive model of central London is free to visit six days a week.

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