London has become a global city above all others: land and homes are tradable commodities, it is a nexus for rich and poor migrants alike and is the best place to try and work out how cities need to adapt and change. Leading architectural critic Rowan Moore talks to fellow architecture and political writer Owen Hatherley about the interplay between private investment, public good and legislative action in a debate about the future of this complex, infuriating yet brilliant city.Buy tickets
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