Weekly poll: HS2
16 May 2013 14:29:47
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Government reveals details of new permitted development rights: reaction
10 May 2013 17:20:11
Yesterday, the government revealed details of new permitted development rights with the publication of...
Poll: office-resi changes
09 May 2013 15:52:36
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Can community budgets and neighbourhood planning transform local areas?
06 May 2013 08:32:02
This magazine’s coverage of neighbourhood planning has been excellent. The direct reporting of the...
A tale of two ‘top 100’s….
21 April 2013 07:22:44
Similar to my blog on ‘ Cities Outlook 2013 ’ earlier this year, I...
Are LEPs and Combined Authorities a winning combination?
09 April 2013 12:55:03
Is devolved funding on its way to local authority leaders' boards? Government’s 2013...
Planning – Making Great Places Happen
CPRE’s revised and updated planning policy for housing arrived in my inbox this week....
Tottenham Slow Motion Car Crash – Top Down versus Bottom Up
Tottenham regeneration is currently looking very much like a slow motion car crash. ...
The Housing Budget Gamble
This week has been full of housing for me. I’ve been looking at...
How Nimbyism saved me from Margaret Thatcher
30 April 2013 12:58:50
It all seems so long ago now. At the time of the general election...
Must my Place-Attachment make me a NIMBY?
06 March 2013 10:36:08
“Look – the cottage has hardly changed in over a hundred years. It’s just...
Tackling my personal inactivity epidemic
22 January 2013 16:37:26
Last November the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) advocated that people...
Welsh Government needs more national passion
13 February 2013 10:57:40
Countries in a good shape have little to fear from a national Census usually...
Heartlands, west Cornwall: renewal in action
17 January 2013 11:10:04
I am rarely uplifted by news from the UK but my current visit to...
The State of Australian Cities: the view from Old and New South Wales
10 December 2012 11:45:25
I’ve been reading again. This time it’s the latest edition of The State of...
Cliff Hague's World View
New opportunities for maritime spatial planning and Blue Growth
03 May 2013 15:19:49
Stornoway, Western Isles: new EU concern for Blue Growth could open opportuntiies for coastal...
Climate change and its impacts on a small island state: Tuvalu
30 March 2013 12:50:51
Tuvalu from the air (photo courtesy of Dr.Julia Edwards) This blog provides a...
The State of China’s Cities – something that concerns us all
05 March 2013 18:48:29
Cliff Hague in Pingyao, a historic city now part of a much larger and...
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