How Lubetkin’s grand visions for Peterlee ended up dead in the water

Peterlee Pavilion in the 1970s, designed by artist Victor Pasmore, who was appointed consulting director after Lubetkin’s resignation.

Radio 4’s Britain in Their Sites explores Berthold Lubetkin’s failed ambitions for the post-war new town of Peterlee, County Durham

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