Sir John Betjeman arriving to talk to the Institute of Bankers 14 January 1971

 
Sir John Betjeman arriving to talk to the Institute of Bankers 14 January 1971
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actual image size: 32cm x 32cm

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A packed crowd at the Guildhall listen to Sir John Betjeman lecture about the perils of insensitive development in Bath. He described modern buildings as 'rent collecting slabs of glass and steel pretending to be on modern lines, but merely done so because it is cheaper'. Her declared that the developers must be stopped as they are 'eating up the city'.

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