Speaker - Richard Brown

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Richard Brown is a freelance consultant and writer on urban policy. His work covers urban governance, urban regeneration and planning, with a focus on developing partnerships and strategies for complex urban change programmes. His clients and collaborators include the UK Government, Greater London Authority and London School of Economics. Before establishing his own practice in 2006, Brownset up and worked at London's Olympic Delivery Authority and Greater London Authority. At the Greater London Authority, Brown worked as private secretary to London Mayor Ken Livingstone and set up the Architecture and Urbanism Unit, as well as leading the GLA's work on the London 2012 bid and Thames Gateway development programmes. Brown has also undertaken research and published reports on urban regeneration and local political governance. He has degrees from the universities of Oxford and London.

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Battle of Ideas: Building the Future

11.01.08 | 01:33:01 min | 0 comments