Goldsmith, A. (1994). Between classicism and wilderness. Heritage Today 28. Vol 28, pp. 4-5.

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Between classicism and wilderness
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Heritage Today 28
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English Heritage
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28
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Page Start/End:
4 - 5
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An account of the second of three public meetings regarding the management of the grounds of Kenwood House. A local lobby group, the Hampstead Defence Association, reportedly fears that planned restoration of Humphrey Repton's eighteenth-century landscape will be a `fake' and will lead to destruction of natural habitats. Some common ground is said to have been established during the meeting.
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Alexander Goldsmith
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Jeremy M O Oetgen (Abstract author)
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1994
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20 Jan 2002