UK planning is in a mess but it doesn’t have to be this way, argues Lee Mallett. A more visionary approach to planning new places can harness the market rather than being driven by it
Masterplanning has become another meaningless term like ‘sustainability’ and ‘mixed-use’ whose merit is accepted unthinkingly. It’s time to declare the emperor naked, argues Lee Mallett
The state can play a positive role in the design of our cities, says Lee Mallett
A visit to north Glasgow leaves Lee Mallett doubting whether city planning really works
In the 1980s Broadgate changed the physical and economic landscape – how is it faring now?
Britain came out of recession with lottery projects helping establish new confidence
As part of this year’s London Festival of Architecture, five practices were invited to devise ideas for Waterloo Place. Here are the results.
A bit more cash from the City could have brought out the potential of this show, says Lee Mallett
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