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The Augar Review – quality of teaching, facilities and future demand for higher education places must be ensured
Keeping up with the Gardenians: Anna’s story
As a child of Gardenia, Anna has a healthy awareness of her impact on the environment...
Keeping up with the Gardenians: Ray’s story
For Ray, garden city living is about looking after the local environment and investing in his family’s future.
Keeping up with the Gardenians: Howard’s story
Howard is proud to have made the transition from a resource-hungry lifestyle to a much more self-sufficient one.
Shaping a future city requires a holistic vision, collaboration and future residents
It’s time to learn how to dance with your digital twin
Keith Deaney wants to help universities to tap into the world of data. It starts with a single step...
Making room for soul
Cora Kwiatkowski questions how we achieve academic placemaking. Step one - listen to the end users...
Student accommodation should support healthy communities
Creative reuse – is it worth the effort?
Bethan Hellings argues that, with an open mind and some imagination, you might just see potential instead of pain...
Our extraordinary industry has something for everyone
Can our aging high streets adapt to future needs?
Our shopping streets can still power strong communities, says Gareth Mason, but they need radical reform and imagination.
Who’s joining up the dots in our cities?
How should we anticipate the leisure generation?
Pierre Wassenaar questions the nature of the urban/rural divide when work ceases to rule us and our cities.
Putting people first
People are at the heart of everything we do. Rachel Bell talks collaboration, learning and shaping future architecture.
When will data shape the built environment?
Walking routes in Bristol shouldn’t be pedestrian
John Wright walks us through solutions to the city's transport woes - after all, it's called Park Street, not parking street.