Opinion

Creating Pro-Social Places – The Importance of Urban Design

02 July 2015 || G.Marshall & Rh.Corcoran || Urban Design

We have entered a critical era where greater thought leadership in our placemaking culture is essential. We need to foster a culture that regards and manages places as essential infrastructure.

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The Changing Face of Retail: the space race is over!

25 March 2015 || Robert Chapman || Retail

In recent years we have had a plethora of reports commentating on the so-called death of the High Street: The Portas Review et al. Candidly, the bottom line is this: the past 20 years growth has left Britain with an oversupply of retail space.

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The End of Sustainability

21 July 2014 || Melinda.H.Benson&Robin.K.Craig || Sustainability

The realities of the Anthropocene demand a new approach to environmental governance.

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Shared space, town centre regeneration, and creating great streets.

11 February 2014 || B. Hamilton-Baillie & A.Dakin || Regeneration

A short commentary on the concept of shared space in relation to the regeneration of town centres.

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Play Wales

09 December 2013 || Marianne Mannello || Regeneration

Play Wales is the national charity for children's play, promoting quality in all environments where children might play and advocating for playing children across disciplines and services.

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High Street Legal Practices: A Key Role in Small Towns

15 September 2013 || Sarah Wyburn || Small Towns

Sarah Wyburn considers the important role played by small legal practices in the high street economy.

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The Role of Libraries in Well-Being in our Towns

25 July 2013 || Julian Dobson || Local Services

Julian Dobson considers the important roles that libraries play in well-being in our towns.

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Understanding the Crisis and its Implications for Wales

08 June 2013 || Professor Dave Adamson || Economics

Professor Adamson argues that devolution has presented a minor cushion from the neo-liberal excesses of the Coalition, but it remains wedded to an economic paradigm that is rapidly losing coherence and validity.

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