At the core of this narrative for towns is a re-assertion of the statement of benefit. Towns are vehicles to deliver impacts. The problem is that we keep looking at them as problems, legacies of a past failed. There is a collective responsibility in re-shaping this story. I started today.
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If you are mobilising an ‘enterprise surge’ in your locality then we want to hear from you.
While it is understandable that the coalition government cannot invest as much in regeneration as their predecessors, more needs to be done in the name of rebalancing these economies and supporting deprived communities.
A vibrant future for our towns means we must reject the idea that they are for for shoppers, and reassert our towns as spaces of citizenship.
In a recent report on liveability, Australian cities made up four of the top ten. As Tim Horton explains, linking design with governance is crucial to the country's success
As funds are scarce, competition great, and the role of government a topic of hot debate, 'effectiveness' will become the key metric to future survival.
Using empty shops as the platform for local entrepreneurs to test their ideas, Start Up Street Stirling is re-invigorating its town centre from within.
Corner shops are often the lynchpin and focal point of communities. As a local resource, however, they are under-valued and many are closing their doors as competition bites. Can they be revived through their civic role? Clare Goff investigates
Action for Market Towns and CoastNet have been reviewing both the vulnerabilities and challenges unique to small seaside towns and those they share with others. Chris Wade reveals their findings
How do you get investment in infrastructure when the economy’s nosediving? You stop pursuing old avenues and go for something new, says Dan Gregory