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The infrastructure to support vibrant and viable places, including transport, utilities, energy and community facilities including education, retail, leisure & recreation.

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Advice: Using pavements and streets for cafes and restaurants

Advice: Using pavements and streets for cafes and restaurants

Councils are closing roads and narrowing streets to enable cafes and bars to reopen, but they need to work with businesses to understand their needs, finds Ben Kochan.

 

Opinion: Can city streets be changed for good?

Opinion: Can city streets be changed for good?

Temporary measures are being introduced in cities to encourage people to continue cycling and walking as lockdown is loosened. But there's the potential to think bigger, writes Chris Brown.

Advice: Providing sufficient space for walking and cycling

Advice: Providing sufficient space for walking and cycling

Councils should be looking at ways to enable safe walking and cycling for both the shorter and the longer term, finds Ben Kochan.

Coming up: Go ahead for Vauxhall tower scheme

Coming up: Go ahead for Vauxhall tower scheme

Zaha Hadid Architects' design for pair of mixed use towers gets approval from housing secretary Robert Jenrick.

Opinion: What does Covid-19 mean for urban policy?

Opinion: What does Covid-19 mean for urban policy?

Urban policy in areas including transport, housing density, office occupancy and co-working is being brought into question by the pandemic, writes Tim Williams.

Case study: Creating a pedestrian link between city buildings

Case study: Creating a pedestrian link between city buildings

A new walkway in Melbourne, Australia, improves access and provides a more engaging and flexible form of urban infrastructure, Josephine Smit finds.

Advice: Maximising community benefit from retail markets

Advice: Maximising community benefit from retail markets

A varied offer in street food and entertainment is key to revitalising markets, but their traditional role as a source of low cost items should not be neglected, says Ben Kochan.

Need to know: Prime minister's confirmation of HS2 welcomed

Need to know: Prime minister's confirmation of HS2 welcomed

High Speed 2 rail link is set to boost regional regeneration and economies, attracting business and supporting employment.

Review: Creating an attractive and safe cycle route in outer London

Review: Creating an attractive and safe cycle route in outer London

New cycle lanes have been accompanied by imaginative public realm improvements in a project carried out as part of Transport for London's Mini-Holland initiative, writes Ian Hingley.

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