Monthly Archives: September 2012

Empty Shops and how to deal with window displays

Just a quick post to share with you an example of how empty shops in high streets should be dealing with their shop windows. I saw this in Hebden Bridge when I was there recently. The shop was briefly closed … Continue reading

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Do some High Streets lack ambition (part 3)?

My local Town Centre is about to begin work on a £3.5m ‘major rejuvenation’ scheme, mainly dealing with highways improvements, pavements and ‘shared space’. You would have thought that such a major project, advertised as being of major importance would … Continue reading

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Are you a Quality Client?

To delivery a good project or programme you need to have a good client. But in Regeneration and Sustainable Growth this is difficult to find because there are lots of issues which cross professional boundaries. Continue reading

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Unlocking Housing Growth

I have just had a quick read of today’s statement released by DCLG from Eric Pickles on what the Government says it intends to do to get more homes built in short order. I am not going to offer a … Continue reading

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