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Need to know: Heritage mill gains £2 million backing for regeneration

Need to know: Heritage mill gains £2 million backing for regeneration

Pendle's Northlight regeneration makes progress, while in London mayor Sadiq Khan confirms James Murray as his housing deputy.

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Case study: Creating a flexible house for the city

Case study: Creating a flexible house for the city

This weekend a development of city centre houses goes on sale in Salford, and buyers will be able to customise the design. Josephine Smit reports.

Case study: Improving health through housing

Case study: Improving health through housing

An initiative in Oldham has shown how agencies can collaborate to aid health through housing, and it could have lessons for Greater Manchester's health devolution. Josephine Smit reports.

Case study: Maximising development potential through public realm

Case study: Maximising development potential through public realm

The new square at Manchester's NOMA is the product of a thoroughly integrated approach to placemaking, writes Josephine Smit.

Case study: rebuilding an inner London estate

Case study: rebuilding an inner London estate

Part of the regeneration scheme for the Heygate Estate in Elephant & Castle, south London, Trafalgar Place is an award-winning development of mixed-tenure homes and green spaces. Kay Parris reports


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Opinion: How can we make our cities more inclusive

Opinion: How can we make our cities more inclusive

There are spatial and social divisions in Australian cities, just as there are in UK ones, but rebalancing them demands political will, policy clarity and a long term coordinated response, says Tim Williams.

Opinion: Conflicts of interest in planning

Opinion: Conflicts of interest in planning

The London Boroughs that are trying to get to grips with viability tests, and the challenges of dealing with developers and their advisors who are incentivised to mislead them, are about to get some help.

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Opinion:  Make growth positive for London

Opinion: Make growth positive for London

Architects have a responsibility to work with local communities to accommodate development in the capital's constrained space, writes Patricia Brown.

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