Friday 19 June 2020
‘What we noted about global knowledge networks is how common the physical characteristics are that underpin their success: urban locale with good transport and social infrastructure; the anchoring of a cluster of sites around leading research institutions; buildings and infrastructure that enable businesses across the full spectrum from startups through to large scale enterprises, to co-locate, evolve, and interact. White City is a paradigm of this model, growing at a rapid pace, and at a time when the cross-fertilisation of health, the sciences, engineering and tech are working together to face global issues.’ David Height, Director of Planning and Engineering, Mitsui Fudosan UK Ltd
The inaugural meeting of the newly formed NLA Expert Panel on Wellbeing took place this week. The panel was tasked with...
Planning, power and promoting the professions – webinars this week looked at planning proposals via the Sounding Board,...
The TCPA criticises PM Boris Johnson’s ‘build, build, build’ plans and permitted development ideas as ‘campaign rhetoric...
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