More Working Ecology In My Neighbourhood Please

Christina Borcke argues that landscape should inform urban development as opposed to being subjected to rigid patterns of repeated urban patterns the world over (Borcke 2013).   What if new developments we designed to assist natural ecosystem services that are present … Continue reading More Working Ecology In My Neighbourhood Please

Walking and Transforming Urban Transportation

Vienna is a case study and part of Harvard University’s Transforming Urban Transportation project. Ralph Buehler, Associate Professor in Urban Affairs & Planning and a Faculty Fellow with the Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech’s Alexandria Center, has visited the city. An … Continue reading Walking and Transforming Urban Transportation

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Australian housing market facing ‘bloodbath’ collapse: economists

The Australian real estate market is in the grip of the biggest housing bubble in the nation’s history and Melbourne will be at the epicentre of an historic “bloodbath” when it bursts, according to two housing economists. A bloodbath in … Continue reading Australian housing market facing ‘bloodbath’ collapse: economists

Our future is urban. Why don’t we talk more about our cities? | Cities | The Guardian

London’s mayoral contest is slowly limbering to life. A fierce battle is breaking out on the Labour side with Tessa Jowell, Sadiq Khan and David Lammy all in with a chance to pull through the primaries. For the Tories, Hammersmith’s … Continue reading Our future is urban. Why don’t we talk more about our cities? | Cities | The Guardian