The data from local elections has huge potential, which often goes unused, writes Glen Ocsko, head of local government at Made Tech.
New Start speaks to Professor Paul Watt from Birbeck College, University of London about his new book, Estate Regeneration and Its Discontent
Miatta Fahnbulleh, the chief executive of the New Economics Foundation, looks ahead to the key issues that will be discussed at next month's IED Online Conference: Understanding Building Back Better.
Why does our approach to housing rough sleepers with complex needs differ from the approach for people with autism and learning disabilities, asks Liz Zacharias, senior consultant at Campbell Tickell.
Retirement communities are becoming increasingly popular in other countries, but could they work as well in the UK, asks David Brindle.
Maggie Rafalowicz, director at Campbell Tickell, discusses the concept of the 15 minute neighbourhood and some of its challenges.
It makes sense for councils to connect with citizens through digital solutions, writes Paul Belfield, a senior communications and marketing partner at Nottinghamshire County Council.
Covid has shown us that we can make things very different at short notice if we have to, writes James Tickell from Campbell Tickell.
The need to embrace digital and modernise the planning system to meet the needs of communities and support the recovery, is not going away, writes Dave Mann, managing director at dxw.
The pandemic, and the ensuing socio-economic hardship, has resulted in a global shift for corporate social responsibility, writes Natasha Mudhar, founder of The World We Want.