Southbank Skateboarding, London and Urban Culture: the Undercroft, Hungerford Bridge and House of Vans

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Borden, I. M.;
(2015)
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Over the last two years, skateboarding space in London has been subject to considerable controversy, debate and development. This chapter looks at 3 different spaces at or near London’s Southbank Centre to explore the connection between skateboarding and wider societal ... View more
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