The landscape of most cities is fractured. Sometimes it is by an inner ring road, sometimes it is by car parks
LDA Design and international law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner jointly hosted a Property & Energy Roundtable last week with a small group of investors, energy and property developers.
The UK knows it must replace its ageing infrastructure, but still has to agree a strong vision for how it should be done. Now a National Needs Assessment, facilitated by the Institution of Civil Engineers, is leading the debate, focused on transport, utilities and energy needs for the next 35 years.
The energy scene is undergoing radical transformation, thanks to new technology. The balance between large scale centralised and decentralised generation in the UK is finally really shifting, leading to new challenges and development opportunities.
The £250 million regeneration of Sighthill is one step closer as Glasgow City Council issues the tender for lead contractors to progress the ‘Blue-Green’ infrastructure works, which it sees as the main driver for future investment.
The Royal Parks has been awarded almost £4.5 million by the Parks for People grant through the BIG Lottery Fund and the Heritage Lottery Fund, to protect the future of the Grade I listed Brompton Cemetery. The grant followed the project receiving planning permission from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea for its regeneration.