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What Future? New Ideas for Urban Living: Debate tonight – 3 November 2011, King’s Place, London

“The growth of cities and impacts of urbanisation form the most significant influence on development in the 21st century. Cities are the engines that drive our economy, but are equally important in shaping our social and cultural growth. We want this event to challenge conventional thinking and argue the case for new ideas for urban living. We want to start a conversation that continues and develops long after the event has finished.” Peter Klyhn, secretary, Ove Arup Foundation.

The Ove Arup Foundation, in partnership with the Guardian ,is holding a debate ‘What Future? New ideas for urban living’. Speakes  –  Alec Broers, Pam Alexander. Geoff Mulgan, Kevin McCloud – chaired by Guardian economics editor Larry Elliott, will discuss their new ideas before holding a Q&A session with an invited audience of influencers and decision-makers.

Join the debate tonight: What Future? New ideas for urban living. You can watch the live at 18.30 at http://www.guardian.co.uk/what-future-urban-living/what-future-new-ideas-for-urban-living and take part by sending comments or questions via twitter to #GDNurbanliving.

Event: 5.30pm on 3 November at King’s Place, 90 York Way, King’s Cross, London, N1 9AG. Box Office t. 020 7520 1490.

www.ovearupfoundation.com

About jeh

Jeremy Hunt is Director of the AAJ Press (Art & Architecture Journal / Press) – a writer and consultant on art and public space - creator of art projects - writer on art

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