Paul Greenhalgh, Professor of real estate and regeneration at Northumbria University, writes about the challenges facing the high street.
David Churchill, a partner at Carter Jonas, writes on whether garden cities are the answer to the housing crisis.
Eunomia's consultant Hannah Gillie asks if policy makers should rethink how urban space is designed in order to make cities more healthy.
Lambeth Resident Services aims to build on its current improved performance to become a high performing service that can both respond effectively to the ‘new normal’.
Nic Redfern, finance director of KnowYourMoney.co.uk writes on whether the days of working in an office are now over.
Paul Beaney, customer success director at DEF writes on the challenges facing local authority planning departments in the months to come.
‘Inflexible planning policies inevitably lead to protracted negotiations, which are having a huge impact.'
Many councils are exploring how they can engage in commercial activity to increase jobs, revenue and positive outcomes, writes Mark Scott, CEO at Cantium Business Solutions.
‘The question for councils is are you looking out for people leaving the forces and coming into your areas?’
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every sector of industry, but it’s no secret that tourism and hospitality has suffered more than most, writes Rachel Oxborough.