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Ways forward to achieving affordable and inclusive housing finance for all: Roles and responsibilities for UN-Habitat partners

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This concept note has been published as part of the UN Habitat Global Expert Group Meeting, held in Barcelona on 11-12 December 2014.

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London’s Garden Bridge: Backing and backlash

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This blog takes a look at some of the best writing and public critiques of Thomas Heatherwick‘s Garden Bridge proposal.

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The making of a world city: London 1991 to 2021

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London’s success as a global economic powerhouse is perhaps more widely acknowledged than analysed. This book, by leading global cities expert and Centre for London Associate Greg Clark, seeks to remedy this by considering how London got where it is today, and setting out the challenges still facing us.

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Adaptation of transport to climate change in Europe: Challenges and options across transport modes and stakeholders

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This report from the European Environment Agency explores current climate change adaptation practices concerning transport across European countries.

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Green sprawl: Our current affection for a preservation myth

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This report from the London Society revisits the initial aspirations of those who devised the city’s green belt in the first half of the twentieth century and provide a spotlight beneath which it can be considered in the context of London today.

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Planning healthy weight environments

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As part of the ‘Reuniting Health with Planning’ project, the Town and Country Planning Association has launched a resource identifying the potential for planners and public health officers to work together to support people to live lifestyles that will help them to maintain a healthy weight.  This report which draws on current evidence and experience, is designed to assist practitioners in identifying common ground, and areas with the potential for collaboration. The resource presents an illustration of how a healthy-weight environment could be planned.

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100 years of commercial aviation

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This book provides a timeline of key moments in commercial air transport history.

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Global Annual Outlook 2015

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This report from DTZ aims to answer some of the most frequently asked questions from both real estate occupiers and investors. This is done by ranking markets based on key economic and market decision making factors.

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China invests west: Can Chinese investment be a game-changer for UK infrastructure?

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The authors of this report expect China to use its vast domestic manufacturing capability and capacity to export equipment and materials for UK infrastructure and real estate projects where it is providing investment.  This development is expected to change the landscape of the infrastructure industry in the UK as the Chinese enter the supply chain over the next 10 years.

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The home stretch: Coping with high housing costs

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Despite the strain that high housing costs cause, millions of people on modest incomes continue to live in high cost areas and are somehow coping. The Resolution Foundation report explores six ‘coping strategies’ – working more, increasing the term of a mortgage, getting help from friends and family, over-crowding, lowering standards and doubling up. It looks at how effective each of these would be in bringing housing costs within reach of three typical families. The effectiveness of each coping strategy depends on family circumstance and varies by household type and geographical area.

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