AKEY aspect to developments in our cities is urban renewal and regeneration in areas which have suffered long-term infrastructural decay.
Urban planning should enhance the physical, social and economic environment and, above all, be sustainable.
In the late 20th century, the term sustainable development came to represent an ideal outcome in the sum of all planning goals. Not since World War Two has there been a greater need for collaborative working of urban planners with a determination to deliver sustainable communities.
A coherent approach with strategic provision of infrastructure, making use of the public funding that remains, is essential to …