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"NLA has kicked off its Public London programme of events to celebrate 10 years of transformations to the city's public realm and unveiled its new interactive model for the first time.
"The Public London exhibition tracks the key initiatives, people and projects from 2005 to 2015, uncovering what NLA chairman Peter Murray branded 'the incredible transformations' in the last decade or so and a shift in the way our public space is designed, delivered and managed, with 250 projects showcased through images and models.
"The show opened with private view attended by John Gummer (now Lord Deben) who was a prime mover in the World Squares for All concept and kicked off some of those key changes, added Murray. 'While London’s public realm has clearly come a long way in 10 years, there is still a lot to be done,' Murray added, so the show includes recommendations that might ensure that London remains an 'open and inclusive city in future'."