On November 6 the new Charter for Trees, Woods and People was launched at Lincoln Castle.
author, Author at NewStart
‘We were trying to think about how to create economic resilience for cities like Hull’.
‘There are excellent examples of places challenging the norm and developing creative and localised approaches to economic development’.
Communities in older industrial Britain now face punishment in the form of welfare cuts for the destruction wrought to their industrial base all those years ago.
Talking about One Planet Living reframes the discussion and breaks down the many elements of action that you can take into a manageable journey – in your home and as part of a community
Proving that sharing can be scaled.
Images depict the variety and passion of volunteering
Ordinary working families are more likely to be found in the east Midlands than in the east, London, southeast and south west regions of the UK.
A ‘digital city commons’ is both a mindset of collaboration and a space that supports diverse communities to contribute to their neighbourhoods,
How does this period of active and constructive intervention in housing renewal by the city council in partnership with communities compare with the situation today?