Regent's Park

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Known as Marylebone Park when Henry VIII acquired it for hunting, the area now known as Regent's Park was developed by John Nash as part of the Prince Regent's redevelopment of West London in 1810. This history of the park explains how it fitted into Nash’s groundbreaking experiment in town planning, how it related to the development of municipal parks across the country and how it has evolved to meet the needs of today's Londoners.

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Regent's Park

Regent's Park

From Tudor Hunting Ground to the Present

Paperback288pp Illustrated

9781445643755     Product Code: 225882

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Known as Marylebone Park when Henry VIII acquired it for hunting, the area now known as Regent's Park was developed by John Nash as part of the Prince Regent's redevelopment of West London in 1810. This history of the park explains how it fitted into Nash’s groundbreaking experiment in town planning, how it related to the development of municipal parks across the country and how it has evolved to meet the needs of today's Londoners.

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