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Need to know: Rotherham regeneration deal finalised

Need to know: Rotherham regeneration deal finalised

Rotherham Borough Council and developer Muse exchange contracts on partnership to bring forward leisure development for key edge of town site.

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Case study: Combining urban extension with town centre enhancement

Case study: Combining urban extension with town centre enhancement

Housebuilding to the east of a Bedfordshire market town will be accompanied by measures to help boost its existing town centre, finds Josephine Smit.

Case study: Regenerating a historic town centre site

Case study: Regenerating a historic town centre site

When the anchor supermarket moved out of the centre of a Sussex town it triggered a transition to leisure, which had to be carefully handled, finds Josephine Smit.

Case study: Refurbishing and extending a London estate

Case study: Refurbishing and extending a London estate

A 1920s-built housing estate in west Kensington is being comprehensively regenerated in a programme that is taking around eight years, finds Josephine Smit.

Case study: When children get the chance to shape a place

Case study: When children get the chance to shape a place

A Manchester project has explored child-friendly design by asking children to create a play structure for a planned park and prototyping the end result, finds Josephine Smit.


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Opinion: The tide is turning for town centres

Opinion: The tide is turning for town centres

Making the change from a sprawling, car reliant town with a bombed out high street to a fully functioning, attractive walkable place isn't easy, writes Chris Brown.

Opinion: Plan transport for urban growth rather than to relieve congestion

Opinion: Plan transport for urban growth rather than to relieve congestion

There has been a lack of land-use and transport integration at the heart of infrastructure appraisal, writes Tim Williams.

Councils that overuse their new design muscle risk strangling housing delivery, by Joey Gardiner

Councils that overuse their new design muscle risk strangling housing delivery, by Joey Gardiner

Goldsmith Street in Norwich, the 105-home council housing development which won last month's Stirling Prize for architecture, was undoubtedly a timely victor.

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