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Alan Barber: champion of the people's parks

Article Index

  1. Alan Barber: champion of the people's parks
  2. The decline of public parks
  3. The "transition guy"
  4. Campaigning, consultancy and research
  5. "Great parks make great cities"
  6. Sources and further reading
  7. All Pages

 

Sources

Barber, Alan. Personal interview, 4 June 2008.

Further reading

Barber, Alan, ‘The future is CLERE', Green Places, winter 2004/5, pp34-36.

Barber, Alan, ‘Delight-free design', Green Places, winter 2005/6, pp 46-47.

Barber, Alan, ‘Taken on Trust?', Green Places, April 2006, pp24-27.

Barber, Alan, Green Future, (Reading: Greenspace, 2005). Can be downloaded at http://www.green-space.org.uk/resources/library/policyresearch/GSresearch.php