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Episode 3: David Rudlin talks about the importance of urban design and why planning needs to rediscover its capacity to create good quality places
With little prospect of a rapid reduction in interest rates to spur a recovery, many in the industry are now just looking to “survive until ’25”. Joey Gardiner looks at the prospects for residential developers doing so.
Bringing life back to the most challenging sites requires hard work, inspiration and a leap of faith, writes Joe Holyoak
Unnecessarily onerous regulation contributes to the high cost of building railways in the UK, writes David Rudlin
Delivering fair access to housing is about so much more than just building more homes, writes Alice Roberts
The pace of the modern workplace is not necessarily making us any more productive, writes Anna Beckett
True co-creation is challenging and requires a real commitment to the process, writes Moira Lascelles
The King’s Speech was an opportunity for the government to affirm housing’s role in a prosperous society. It came up short, writes Geeta Nanda.