How Much is Too Much? Or, rules for the 1,000 year old city

I am currently working with colleagues on a study of New Cross in south London. Part of the study explores how a new London Underground station and better environment on one of London's oldest and busiest roads, the A2 New Cross Road, could influence the location and quantity of future development. These issues are linked … Continue reading How Much is Too Much? Or, rules for the 1,000 year old city

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Zonal plans…is the grass greener?

I undertake a fair bit of CPD during my morning commute by listening to podcasts, with the Centre for Cities series a particular favourite. The panel discussions cover issues facing English cities today from a political and economic perspective, such as competitive advantage, productivity, transport, and governance. I find these kinds of issues fascinating as … Continue reading Zonal plans…is the grass greener?