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Metro Mayors Key to Unlocking Housing Growth

Christian Cosby

A radical ‘devolution deal’, which grants new powers to regional mayors, could spur housing growth across the UK and stave off a northern housing crisis. This is according to a new report, titled Closer to Home, by IPPR North, a Manchester-based think tank. The report recommends that a raft of planning powers are devolved to […]

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50 years of Jan Gehl and Cities for People

Lewis Westhoff

Last month, Danish Architect Jan Gehl turned 80 years old. His birthday also marked 50 years since he commenced his seminal investigations into how people use cities, with his work inspiring countless planners, urban designers and architects across the world.

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Heathrow: the final call?

Roseanne Green

Yesterday the Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling confirmed the Government’s decision to back the expansion of Heathrow: “After years of discussion and delay this Government is taking decisive action to secure the UK’s place in the global aviation market – securing jobs and business opportunities for the next decade and beyond… we believe […]

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#avogate – how the humble avocado has been brought into the housing crisis debate

Lewis Westhoff

Housing prices in Australia are skyrocketing, with some areas in Sydney seeing the median house prices some 20-25 times the average annual salary for that area. Sound familiar? It should. The very same thing is happening here in London.

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