#People, Place and Community: how to build connection - when we are all 2 metres apart.
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This podcast kicks-off our People, Place and Community project. In this 40 minute conversation with Bethan Harris and Stephanie Goldberg we talk about the importance of community. In particular,  how London’s built environment sector can support a sense of belonging - even when we are meant to stay 2 metres apart. This podcast episode was recorded against the backdrop of new Covid-19 restrictions, such as the rule of 6, and much of the conversation is framed by this.
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