Many people enjoy both living and working in city centres around the country, but there won’t always be space for both.
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City centres have become great places to live, work and play, but in some of our most vibrant city centres, there is not enough land to suit the needs of everyone.
Low interest rates have no doubt pushed up house prices, but the root of the housing crisis in our most successful cities is supply
Many cities face a tough challenge in balancing their commercial and residential property needs – extending permitted development rights will exacerbate this problem.
Find out how cities are encouraging more housebuilding in their area using this case study library
A responsive planning system is a crucial factor for investors and developers when deciding which cities to invest in
It is in cities, not clusters, where policy can help firms locate in one place, this paper looks at how policy can encourage this.
From a strong brand to strong networks, this report offers an overview of what investors look for in a city.
Cities are using their land and property assets to increase revenue. This report outlines the five ways to do this best.
We were delighted to welcome Carl Weisbrod in an exclusive private roundtable where he talked about his experiences in planning and regenerating New York City