The long term-impact of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union and the country’s poor performance in the Covid-19 pandemic, are among the complex set of challenges it faces if London is to remain one of the world’s most influential and enviable cities.
You wait for stories on electric buses and then two come along at once. This week saw Gothenburg in Sweden and Charlotte in the United States announce plans to electrify their public transport networks.
There’s no place like home. And up until recently there has been no place that has built via a 3D printer. This week Elize Lutz and Harriet Dekkers got a digital key to their two bedroom bungalow in the Beatrix canal in the Eindhoven suburb of Bosrijk.
The study, based on international best practice and data tracking, aims to further the vision of a city centre with quality public spaces, major new squares and more room for walking, cycling and relaxing.