Study visit to London 25-30 april 2014 with support from The Bartlett School of Planning

Programa Viagem de estudo a Londres

Departamento de Urbanismo

25 a 30 de Abril 2014

 

25

Manhã

Saida Lisboa 6:45  - chegada Gatwick  9:25

Instalação no hotel

25

Tarde

14:00 Ponto de encontro: London’s Centre for Built Environement

Endereço 26 Store Street, London WC1E 7BT

Visita a Exposições e observação guiada da Maqueta de Londres The Pipers Central London Model  1:1500

Resto de tarde British Museum opcional

26

Manhã

Manhã Livre

26

Tarde

 

11:00 Ponto de Encontro:  porta da Catedral de  Southwarkpara Visita e almoço no Borough Market

13:00: Ponto de Encontro:  150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN

13.30 Visita ao London Museum

15:00 17:00 Visita guiada ao Bairro de  Barbican

17:00 – 17:30 Noble street Roman ruins

 

27

Manhã

9:30 Ponto de encontro: London Eye – Millennium Pier (no caís perto do London Eye – Barco parte às 10:08)

Endereço Riverside Bldg, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd

10:45 Saída em Greenwich. Observação da cidade a partir do Tamisa11:30 Passagem pelo túnel pedonal para a margem norte do Tamisa.  Visita a Canary Wharf  e Limehouse Basin Ver trajeto no mapa. Paragem para Almoço rápido e fim do percurso pelas 16:00

27

Tarde

Resto de tarde livre

28

Manhã

10:15 Ponto de Encontro: Endereço: Bartlett School of Planning  University  College London, Fourth Floor, Wates House, 22 Gordon Street  London 

11:00 - 15:00 Acolhimento pelo  Planning Department pelo Diretor Prof. Nick Gallent, seguido da visita à cidade acompanhados pelo Prof. Peter Rees

28

Tarde

Resto de tarde livre

29

Manhã

10:00 Ponto de EncontroKing's Cross Visitor Centre

Western Transit Shed, 11 Stable Street, London

11:00-13:00 Visita guiada ao King’s Cross Development

13:00 – 14:30 Passeio ao longo do Regent’s canal e Camley Street Natural Park e St Pancrass station

 

29

Tarde

Resto de tarde livre

30

Manhã

Livre  com sugestão para subida ao Shard

Necessário fazer reserva.

ou ao Monument Free

30

Tarde

 12:00 Check Out do Hotel Saída para o aeroporto de Gatwick  Regresso a Lisboa

 

 

 

Links complementares

 

Acolhimento na The Bartlett School of Planning

http://www.bartlett.ucl.ac.uk/planning

Professor Nick Gallent 

Head of the Bartlett School of Planning at UCL

Professor Peter Rees

http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0314/peter_rees_joins_bartlett_07032014

 

NLA - the centre for London's built environment. 

http://www.newlondonarchitecture.org/

 

Chairman: Peter Murray

Peter Murray, chairman of NLA and curator of 'London's Growing...Up',

London is about to see an explosion in the number of tall buildings, as the capital's population increases and investors pour money into London real estate. There are now more than 230 tall towers over 20 storeys in the pipleine for London, which, if all complete, will have a signficant impact on the London skyline, streets and public spaces.

This NLA exhibition, based on the findings on an NLA Insight Study into tall buildings in London, examines the impact that this growth will have on the capital, through a series of images, models and interactive displays. It examines where this growth is taking place and why, the key organisations that have a say in tall building policies and how the planning system is responding.

Exhibitions > London's Growing Up

From 3 April to 12 June 2014, the results of the study will form the basis of a major exhibition ‘London’s Growing Up’ on show in the NLA galleries, which will be supported by an accompanying publication and a series of NLA events, including roundtable discussions, conferences, breakfast talks, walking tours and site visits.

Exhibitions > Olympic Legacy

As a major element of the 2012 Games legacy, The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be transformed to create a new metropolitan district of the capital. A permanent display at NLA shows the changes that will be taking place as part of the wider Legacy Masterplan which is overseen by the London Legacy Development Corporation

 Exhibitions > Transforming The Boroughs

This free permanent exhibition features each of the 33 London boroughs, with a particular focus on: Barking & Dagenham, Barnet, Camden, City of London, City of Westminster, Croydon, Ealing, Enfield, Hackney, Islington, Lambeth, Lewisham, Merton, Newham, Redbridge, Southwark, Tower Hamlets and Wandsworth.

Barbican  Area

http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/services/housing-and-council-tax/barbican-estate/concept-and-design/Pages/default.aspx

King's Cross Redevelopment

The King's Cross project is the largest area of urban redevelopment in Europe and it will include the largest new street in London since Kingsway in 1904; the largest public square since Trafalgar Square in 1845."

http://www.kingscross.co.uk/the-development

Descoberta de Canary Wharf  e Limehouse Basin

http://www.canarywharf.com/

Galeria