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Thanks Peter. Just to try and make it easier to understand, let's divide this text into sentences and correct any mistakes: - Thanks Peter. Just to take a look at the aspects of form, we're going to focus on Somers Town. Many of you may already be familiar with it, but for those who aren't, it's the area in red on this map. Somers Town is located between Euston Road, Kings Cross St. Pancras, and Euston station. It stretches from Eastern Road to Camden Town in the north. - We'll start by examining the aspects of form in this area. We'll first look at the development of the area and then explore various examples that will hopefully illustrate things more clearly. - Regarding what Peter mentioned earlier about connections and location, Somers Town is well located as it is situated between three major rail terminals. From the Underground, you can travel to almost anywhere in London. From the national rail training stations, you can reach most places in the country. Additionally, the Eurostar terminal allows you to travel to Paris, Lyon, and other European destinations. - However, proximity doesn't necessarily mean connectivity. For example, south of Somers Town in the Bloomsbury area, there are very high-quality buildings. Surprisingly, if you cross Euston Road and enter Somers Town, it's a completely different story. One would expect there to be little difference, considering their close proximity and similar advantages. However, Somers Town has deteriorated in recent years, mainly due to the train stations becoming disconnected from the east and west. Moreover, the amount of traffic on Euston Road has made it difficult to travel to the south. Even reaching North Camden Town in the north is challenging because there are only one or two ways out of Somers Town. - Now, let's take...