The UK’s energy and transport infrastructures are ageing. Is it time to put national infrastructure projects ahead of local concerns? How can we meet growth without disrupting communities?
Julian Glover, Chief leader writer for The Guardian
Dame Fiona Reynolds, Director, The National Trust
Jim Steer, Steer Davis Gleave
Antony Oliver, Editor, New Civil Engineer
Maria McCaffery, Chief Executive, Renewable UK (formerly known as The British Wind Energy association (BWEA))
Scottish independence would make little difference to spatial planning policies, according to research published in a new online issue of The Geographical Journal.
9 September 2014
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This 2014 collection of short case studies demonstrates the value of small area census data, and advocates for retaining the method in the the 2021 Census
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