City Crit: City of London Skyline with Peter Stewart

Join planning consultant Peter Stewart for a tour exploring the historic and future skyline of the Square Mile


02:00pm, Sunday, 19 May 2019


04:00pm, Sunday, 19 May 2019

Tour Guide

Peter Stewart


Tickets: £15 Standard // AF Members 20% Discount with code

Duration: 2hrs

Start: Temple underground station, Victoria Embankment, Temple, London WC2R 2PH

Getting There: Temple underground station

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Starting at Temple Station this walk will travel eastwards towards Tower Hill and focus on the changing skyline of the historic City of London – discussing keys views, townscape characteristics and the ongoing debate over height vs history.

Reflecting on a career involving some of London’s most high-profile recent developments, Stewart will reveal the complex debates surrounding contemporary development in one of the most historically-sensitive and architecturally ambitions financial districts in the world.

Tour Guide:

Peter Stewart is a chartered architect. After 15 years in practice in central London, he was appointed deputy secretary of the Royal Fine Art Commission (RFAC), and then director of CABE's design review programme.

In 2005 he founded Peter Stewart Consultancy. Major projects on which he has provided advice on architecture, urban design and the historic environment include the Chelsea Barracks project in Westminster and the Shell Centre project in Waterloo; the latter is one of many projects for which he has provided expert evidence at public inquiry.

He has served as a member of the London Advisory Committee of English Heritage, as chair of the East Midlands regional design review panel, and as a member of a number of other design review panels.