June 2019

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How have millennials changed the definition of placemaking through shipping containers, and is this model a passing trend or a concept here to stay? It has been said before that millennials are less concerned with leaving a physical legacy than the generations previously. This may account for the influx of...

May 2019

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Attention, architecture aficionados. The world’s biggest annual architecture festival is back this June with one of its most exciting (and challenging) themes to date. The London Festival of Architecture takes place across the capital from 1 – 30 June and this year’s theme explores Boundaries and how they are expressed...

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Yesterday’s story that Urban Splash is to bring more than 400 offsite houses to Cambridgeshire – covered in Building and elsewhere – needs closer attention. With the UK continuing to struggle to provide enough new homes, opinions are frequently put forward on the changes needed – from Green Belt reform...

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Last year the government introduced one of the biggest changes to the rights of homeless people for 15 years. The Homelessness Reduction Act (HRA), which came into effect April 2018, is designed to support vulnerable people in danger of homelessness and places a duty on public bodies to notify local...

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There is little doubt that the sharing economy has had a massive impact on the nature of the hospitality industry, and recent developments signal yet even more change is on the horizon. Last week hospitality group Marriott International made the announcement that it will soon be launching its new home...