Urban Planning & Design

Tuesday Q&A Livestream: because why not?

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The role of supermarkets in supporting local community wellbeing.

Catherine Hammant is a researcher at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, working to understand how supermarkets support community wellbeing and resilience. This is a...

What do people want from their local neighbourhoods? Place Value and Home Comforts research findings

Matthew Carmona is Professor of Planning and Urban Design at the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London. When surveyed, there would appear to be...

Re-modelling neighbourhoods: Enabling more walking and cycling. Principles and design tools.

Practical advice based on award-winning project experience. Harriet Haldenby is an urban designer with the public realm and transport design practice Urban Movement. source

The urban design of multi-timed places: From home circle, through neighbourhoods to urban life.

Esther Kurland is Director of Urban Design Learning 'There are many great ideas for improving cities; but do we have a clear framework to bring...

Exploring appropriate densities for new housing development across a wide range of projects.

Stephen Proctor is, with Andrew Matthews, a Founding Director of Proctor & Matthews Architects. He is currently a Visiting Professor at the University of...

How to Fix America’s Worst Streets

Receive 10% off anything on bellroy.com: https://bit.ly/48mPqJQ Suburban arterial roads, sometimes known as "stroads," are some of the most dangerous streets in a city's...

Al Za’atari Refugee Camp origins and evolution: Urban design by refugees.

Za’atari in Jordan is one of the world’s largest refugee camps, providing a home of sorts to 80,000 people, who have fled the war...

Are the Suburbs Getting Worse?*

Subscribe to Nebula and get $20 off at: https://go.nebula.tv/citybeautiful Watch this video on Nebula: https://nebula.tv/videos/citybeautiful-are-the-suburbs-getting-worse Cul-de-sacs, loops, and separated subdivisions make it difficult for people to...