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If Boris backs a cycling revolution, why is he spending £27bn on roads for cars?

If Boris backs a cycling revolution, why is he spending £27bn on roads for cars?

Could carnivals become a radical tool for reimagining public space?

Could carnivals become a radical tool for reimagining public space?

Both offices and people are migrating: Where are they going?

Both offices and people are migrating: Where are they going?

Night time knife-edge: “When the first lockdown lifted, we thought we had prevailed”

Night time knife-edge: “When the first lockdown lifted, we thought we had prevailed”

Planning has prevented squalor. Don’t scrap it

Planning has prevented squalor. Don’t scrap it

Shared space or segregated space?

Shared space or segregated space?

Radical rethink: Hear the ideas

Radical rethink: Hear the ideas

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The truth about tech clusters: Start-up riches do not trickle down

The truth about tech clusters: Start-up riches do not trickle down

We must bring urban thinkers together

We must bring urban thinkers together

Lockdown threw some high streets a lifeline, the challenge is what to do next

Lockdown threw some high streets a lifeline, the challenge is what to do next

New road order: This is our chance to change the way we engineer

New road order: This is our chance to change the way we engineer

“What would a feminist city feel like?”

“What would a feminist city feel like?”

Green is not garnish: We need a radical public-space revolution with landscape at its heart

Green is not garnish: We need a radical public-space revolution with landscape at its heart

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Both offices and people are migrating: Where are they going?

Both offices and people are migrating: Where are they going?

Kings Crescent Estate: “There’s a feeling of life coming back”

Kings Crescent Estate: “There’s a feeling of life coming back”

Night time knife-edge: “When the first lockdown lifted, we thought we had prevailed”

Night time knife-edge: “When the first lockdown lifted, we thought we had prevailed”

Planning has prevented squalor. Don’t scrap it

Planning has prevented squalor. Don’t scrap it

Liverpool One: “Shopping centres provide a stage for people to explore their identity”

Liverpool One: “Shopping centres provide a stage for people to explore their identity”

Chipperfield: "We have a train crash between the principles of good planning and a free market economy"

Chipperfield: "We have a train crash between the principles of good planning and a free market economy"

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