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Lessons from Milton Keynes (when Lock was the corporation's strategic planner) show us that it is the short-term vested interests of the highway departments, estates departments, client committees and the like that produce sameyness, by virtue of their operational structures and annual targets. They tend to lack a systematic language ...
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