Monthly Archives: September 2016

Skills Shortages: lessons from the recent past

I can recommend the BBC Programme which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the opening of The Severn Bridge (‘The Severn Bridge at 50: A High Wire Act’). You can find it on BBC iPlayer here – http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b07tmmwy/the-severn-bridge-at-50-a-high-wire-act?suggid=b07tmmwy I particularly liked … Continue reading

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Economic re-balancing and Regeneration need short, medium and long-term strategies

This is quite short – but wouldn’t quite fit into a tweet: Many of our economic and regional re-balancing processes will take many years if not a few generations before the required re-balancing is achieved. Therefore, we must also have … Continue reading

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Total Landscape Approach and Green Infrastructure

A ‘Total Landscape Approach’ is a way of working which recognises and accepts that major infrastructure and civil engineering projects are not just large pieces of concrete and steel etc. It accepts that these large projects affect and impinge on … Continue reading

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