'Infrastructure projects, whether big or small can be transformative, acting as catalysts for greater change and regeneration.'
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Chris Ogden looks into the rising trend of student housing co-operatives being founded in the UK. What are their aims and why are students turning to them?
'It would be a great thing to see society thinking about mental wellbeing in the same way as maintaining physical fitness.'
The silence on the Shared Prosperity Fund, which is proposed to replace European Union structural funding worth about €2.4bn per year, is deafening.
Since the last train left Mayfield in 1986, there have been various failed attempts to bring the 100-year-old former train station back into life, but none had stuck until now.
‘If there's not enough housing, prices go up to a point where some people literally cannot afford the rent or mortgage.’
Yet market towns across the country have also seen a sharp rise in homelessness. But why has the safety net been removed in these places and what is being done to help?
For the last 20 years, homeless people in Leeds have been transforming derelict properties with Canopy Housing – and the best part is they get to live in them after.
Amazon are once again the enfant terrible of retail after they were recently forced to reveal they paid just 0.7% in business rates (£63.4m) following sales of £8.8bn in 2018.
Since 2010, around one in five public swimming pools in the UK have closed their doors for good, not to be replaced by a new facility.