In the latest blog post, Historic England’s Graham Saunders writes about a new campaign to keep heritage at the heart of London’s future, and how you can help shape this vision with your views. Read More
Top: Everton Park and landmark wildflowers. (Mark McNulty)
Bottom: Nature Still Draws a Crowd: Jamie Reid (Suburban Press Archive)
There is a huge pride in Northern communities which, since the decline of manufacturing, mining and shipbuilding and the rural labour force, manifests itself in different ways. Read More
The Where We Live Now project has highlighted the importance of place in people’s lives and life-chances, and explored whether policy making would improve if it was designed to focus more on places and less on sectors such as education / health / transport, and so on.
There is, however, one area of policy making that is already entirely place-focused, and that’s planning. Read More