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Our 2019 programme of meetings

Please note, there will be no public meetings at Tiffins School in July & August

Wednesday July 24th, "A Rome-Innes guided walk"

Lead by our own George Rome Innes, our guided walking tours are popular and thoroughly enjoyed by those who attend, and this years walk promised not to disappoint. This July it will be in the East End of London.

Wednesday August 21st, "Society Summer Picnic"

After a long break, the Society Summer Picnic returned last year. The weather was kind to us and we had ample seating outside. While we appreciate not all can make it to day time events, for those who can, we look forward to seeing you at 3pm for Afternoon tea with the Committee at Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park. Lifts can be arranged for those who may not have access to a car.

Wednesday September 18th, “Fairview Homes scheme in New Malden”

Architect Andy Reid. RIBA will give a presentation on the large housing scheme in New Malden proposed by Fairview Homes

Wednesday October 16th, "Cocks Crescent and Co- Design"    

Kieran Thoms of “Create Streets”will give an illustrated talk about the consultation Report on Cocks’ Crescent & the Malden Centre New Malden & the evolving ‘Co Design’ process. 

Wednesday November 20th, "Civic Voice' 10th anniversary"

Civic Voice's Chief Executive Ian Harvey will present on a number of campaigns they are looking at around 'confidence in the planning system'
He will also give a wider perspective to concerns we share on "consultations", no Conservation Officer and what the new London Plan and its housing targets will mean for our built environment.


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Coming to our public meetings

Unless otherwise noted, all our meetings are held in the Judge Lecture Theatre, Tiffin School, Kingston upon Thames KT2 6RL. Click here to see a map of the area.

Access is from the London Road entrance where there is free parking available, subject to other events happening at the school. There are bus stops outside and opposite the school entrance, and the main bus and railway stations are within short walking distance. The Judge Lecture Theatre is accessed through the main doors next to the new circular school cafeteria. It is on the ground floor and we believe you will find it accessible.

Meetings begin promptly at 7:30pm. Doors are open at 7:00.

Free admission for members of the Society. Members of the public are very welcome to attend and are asked to pay £2 toward our costs, alternatively they can join the Society on the night for just £10.



The Society organises occasional visits to demonstrate the good and the bad of architecture and design.