Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Funding and Delivery of Housing – a re-set is required

We are not building enough new homes, and haven’t for decades. If we go back to 1975, which wasn’t even the peak of house building in the UK, 85% of public money which went on housing was spent on the … Continue reading

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UrbanRural: one system, many tensions

Originally posted on The power of the network:
Notes from a meeting with the Beijing Institute of Agriculture and Forestry at Space Syntax London, 18th September 2013. Common themes Production The rural landscape is a place of production. So is…

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Should those living closest to parks and open spaces pay for them?

  On a recent visit to Lewes, East Sussex, I saw that the District Council is consulting on how to pay for the management of parks and open spaces. Amongst ideas being suggested is that those who live closer to … Continue reading

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