Advice: Putting rivers and canals at the centre of development

Water areas should play an active role in development around them to make the most of their benefits, writes Ben Kochan.

by Ben Kochan
The Brentford Lock development is integrated into its surroundings and helps regenerate the nearby high street (PIC Mikhail Riches Architects)
The Brentford Lock development is integrated into its surroundings and helps regenerate the nearby high street (PIC Mikhail Riches Architects)

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