Monthly Archives: May 2014

HS2: The Regeneration Opportunity

Yesterday I spoke at a British Property Federation seminar (http://www.bpf.org.uk/en/newsroom/press_release/PR100529_Scale_of_HS2_regeneration_opportunities_revealed_at_BPF_seminar.php), on the potentially huge boost to regeneration from HS2. The HS2 Growth Taskforce has set our recommendations on what needs to be done to maximise the economic growth resulting from … Continue reading

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Science parks or city parks? The economic importance of liveable cities.

A couple of months I attended an inspirational talk by David Simm of Gehl Architects (http://www.gehlarchitects.com/) on creating livable and human scale cities. For visitors to and residents of cities that have invested in better public parks and spaces, the … Continue reading

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