A Return to City Centre Living

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30 years ago many UK city centres were desolate and dilapidated; in the evenings and night time crime was rife and many were considered unsafe.

Wind forward 30 years and our cities are bustling with activity and nightlife. This is as a direct result of an urban renaissance, especially in the North of England.

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Planning Incentives Leading to Car Dependency

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Research by Transport for New Homes, visited 20 new housing developments across England. Their conclusion is that planning incentives are resulting in edge of town housing developments, which result in car-based living for residents due to a failure to include transport infrastructure.

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A Broken Housing Market?

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What does this really mean, who does it affect and can it be fixed?

The market forces of supply and demand have been at work in this sector for a number of years. Not enough new homes have been built to satisfy the demand for housing. As a result, prices have risen and/or been maintained at a high level.

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