Andrew Sharp will review the successful advocacy effort that has led to a strong stream buffer provision in the new zoning code: “Scenes from the political sausage factory--stream buffers and beyond”
Nathaniel Popkin, thought-leader of the Hidden City project, architectural critic, historian, and cultural entrepreneur on: “The Parochial and the Infinite or Prospects for Understanding this Place”
The mission of the Design Advocacy Group is to provide an independent and informed public voice for design quality in the architecture and physical planning of the Philadelphia region. Our goal is to be proactive as well as reactive; effective as well as thoughtful; critical as well as constructive. We want to create an unparalleled voice for design, a group whose opinion on the quality of our environment is sought after and whose contribution makes a difference.
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