The crisis has revealed that our housing is not fit for purpose, our social safety-nets are full of holes, and care work is in crisis, Kern says. What is this ’economy’ we are protecting, and why is its foundation so fragile?
Working remotely, it turns out, is more focused, customer-oriented, supportive of professional development, and less boring. But where does that leave office space and the city centre? Steve Taylor reports
In conversation with Barry Jessup and Olaide Oboh from First Base, a mixed-use developer working across the UK, about their social value statement, measuring social value and making promises to communities.
You want to do things differently. You’ve written your mission statement. But how do you ensure your business isn’t just paying lip-service to change? How do your values manifest themselves in your business culture and practice?
Lee Hallman, former Head of Design for Qatari Diar Europe, speaks in this podcast about Chelsea Barracks, the 13-acre development that found itself at the heart of a new style war, as revealed in the Prince of Wales’ Black Spider Memos.
Philip Glanville explains why people who believe in active travel shouldn’t assume that the lockdown has created a new consensus for sustainable transport. It still needs to be fought for. Interview by Christine Murray