How has the word regeneration come to be so hated? The word ‘regeneration’ is now reviled, as Jonathan Schifferes’ blog states, but not all ‘re’ words have such a bad atmosphere: renew, recover, repair, even re-upholster ...
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Working to design a new public service, focused on employment, health and in-work progression, shows a promising approach to investing in people and place.
We’ve mapped London’s makers and industrial spaces so that you can explore how much manufacturing takes place in your local area.
How can we put soul into our cities? Graham Henderson FRSA explores the importance of public art and discusses why we might need to approach it differently.
After years of de-industrialisation and a focus on developing the knowledge economy, it is unsurprising that manufacturing has something of an image problem in the UK. Is it time we re-evaluated that?
London is on track to become the world’s first National Park City. Enter this competition to contribute your vision on what this would look like.
16th November 2016
Henry Leveson-Gower FRSA is launching a new conference on the Challenge of Infrastructure post Brexit to be held on 24th January 2017 in a great new venue at County Hall, Westminster.
Moving from crisis aversion to strategic prevention, making private renting stable and affordable and capturing land value to build housing at affordable rents. Outcomes from a workshop to develop solutions.
From 4,000 visitors a year to 4,000 in one month; Georgie Grant and Naomi Griffith from Onion Collective tell us about their community's journey in redeveloping Watchet's Boat Museum.
The Panama Papers have highlighted the misuse of London properties as secret stores of wealth. Tony Greenham make a case that the only proper use of UK homes is for UK residents to live in.