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Planning for Major Events

Synopsis
Visits the site planned for the London Olympic Park in the Lower Lea Valley to find out how planners deal with the development and infrastructure plans for major events such as the Olympics and Paralympic Games. Reviews the approaches taken by the London Development Agency and the London Boroughs dealing with the planning application for London’s proposed Olympic Park. The experience gained and lessons learned are explored and consideration given to how these can be used by planners dealing with major events and developments in other areas. Includes interviews with Chris Gossop - RTPI International Committee & International Society of City and Regional Planners (IsoCARP). Niall McNevin (Project Executive on the Olympics Team at the London Development Agency).
Language
English
Country
Great Britain
Year of release
2005
Year of production
2004
Subjects
Civil Engineering & Building
Keywords
civil engineering; Olympic Games; Planning permission; urban development; urban regeneration; public events

Distribution Formats

Type
VHS
Format
PAL
Price
£200.00 (free loan to ICE members)
Availability
Sale
Duration/Size
20 minutes
Year
2005

Distributor

Name

Einstein Network

Email
info@einstein-network.com
Web
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Phone
020 7693 7777
Fax
020 7693 7788
Address
67-74 Saffron Hill
London
EC1N 8QX
Notes
formerly Television Education Network Programmes distributed by RICS Books
Name

Institution of Civil Engineers

Email
library@ice.org.uk
Web
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Phone
020 7665 2251
Fax
020 7976 7610
Address
Library
1 Great George Street
London
SW1P 3AA
Notes
The ICE library has hundreds of VHS tapes and a growing collection of DVDs for loan to members and lecturers interested in the work of professional engineers. Audio recordings of a range of recent lectures held at the ICE are available for free online playback.

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