Polytechnic of the South Bank

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Polytechnic of the South Bank

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1970-1987

History

In 1970 the Borough Polytechnic Institute merged with the Brixton School of Building, City of Westminster College and National College for Heating, Ventilating, Refrigeration and Fan Engineering to form the Polytechnic of the South Bank. The Designation Ceremony took place at the Royal Festival Hall on the South Bank on 22nd November 1971. Margaret Thatcher, the Education Secretary at the time was the special guest.

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London Economic Policy Unit, Polytechnic of the South Bank

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hierarchical

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London Economic Policy Unit, Polytechnic of the South Bank

is the subordinate of

Polytechnic of the South Bank

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South Bank Polytechnic (1987-1992)

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South Bank Polytechnic

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Polytechnic of the South Bank

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London South Bank University (1892-present)

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AR/1

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temporal

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London South Bank University

is the successor of

Polytechnic of the South Bank

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