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Tim Williams sees opportunities for urban regeneration following the vote to leave the EU.
Last week, at the Housing Design Awards, the speculative housebuilders that build the vast majority of our new homes and places managed to scoop only a small proportion of the prizes for creating the best designed schemes. Development firm Countryside was the honourable exception.
The arrival of a new Prime Minister and a new cabinet have prompted questions about commitment to flagship housing policies. But don't expect a change of direction from the new team, says Michael Hardware.
While the political class remains in disarray government will struggle to deal with the economic consequences of the Brexit vote and the multitude of treaty negotiations it will have to juggle.
Don't panic" has been the refrain of the UK's housebuilders, developers and housing associations since June 24. All are expecting a market reaction to last month's Brexit vote but, by and large, they are sitting tight until indications of its scale start to emerge.
Many issues have yet to be resolved before we can assess the full impact of Brexit, writes Chris Brown.
Rules provide safeguards but some standards may need a fresh look, writes Stephen Gleave.
Research has quantified the benefits of walkable urban places, but questions remain over who gains, says Tim Williams.
Croydon is vibrant but not beautiful. The council is aiming to change that perception with the help of an independent review panel, writes Heather Cheesbrough.
I recently watched a 1973 British Film Institute archive film of architect and city planner Fred Roche talking about the plans for Milton Keynes.
Isolated blocks of flats on Wallis Fields in Maidstone, Kent, have been replaced with an "urban village" of new houses. But additional planting would have softened some of the hard landscaping, says Carleigh Westwell
Joey Gardiner looks at the potential impact on the property industry of the UK's European Union membership referendum.
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