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Need to know: Council appoints team for Runcorn's station quarter

Need to know: Council appoints team for Runcorn's station quarter

Halton Borough Council aims to regenerate Runcorn's station district with a multi-modal transport hub, a mix of uses and public realm.

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Case study: Infill development with imagination

Case study: Infill development with imagination

Plans to develop six houses in south London demonstrate the challenges of bringing through small infill sites, and their potential, Josephine Smit finds.

Case study: Making the most of meanwhile use

Case study: Making the most of meanwhile use

The FIELD co-working space in Brighton's Preston Barracks was temporary, but its influence on its entrepreneurs, local people and the ensuing development lasts longer, Josephine Smit finds.

Case study: Defining an urban cultural quarter

Case study: Defining an urban cultural quarter

Leeds' SOYO combines well known cultural assets with new homes, cafes and open spaces in a newly branded place, finds Josephine Smit.

Case study: A disruptive approach to housebuilding

Case study: A disruptive approach to housebuilding

An initiative in Bristol is demonstrating a citizen-led approach to delivering homes, but funders have yet to catch up with this kind of disruptive innovation, finds Josephine Smit.


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Opinion: Look to the community for inspirational housing projects

Opinion: Look to the community for inspirational housing projects

In a number of cities around the world there are community led housing projects that are inspirational in their financial mechanisms, delivery models and social value, writes Chris Brown.

Opinion: Maximising the benefits of culture to city regeneration

Opinion: Maximising the benefits of culture to city regeneration

The Capital of Culture programme brought placemaking gains to Liverpool, but there's a question over how cities raise their game on an international platform in future, asks Hannah Martin.

Opinion: Housebuilding deals fall short of original intent

Opinion: Housebuilding deals fall short of original intent

In March, the government trumpeted a series of deals with groups of local authorities designed to increase housebuilding in places as diverse as the West Midlands, Greater Manchester and Oxfordshire.

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