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- Update on Sustain Magazine From August 2014, the Sustain website will no longer be updated. Sustain’s housing related coverage will be incorporated into Inside Housing magazine. Sustain readers can find sustainability news, features and comment at www.insidehousing.co.uk, and can sign up to receive a weekly sustainability email newsletter by completing the form at http://www.insidehousing.co.uk/sign-in/register-now. Sustain has been
- Building to exclude: from ‘poor doors’ to anti-homeless spikes A modest door caused controversy this week. A planned New York housing development came under fire after Gawker reported planning permission had been granted for the tower to have two separate entrances for residents: one for residents of the luxury flats that comprise most of the buildings, and another entrance, tucked from view in an
- What do you love about where you live? Steve Chambers is an urban planner and PhD candidate at The Bartlett School of Planning, UCL. He specialises in neighbourhood governance and runs the London Community Governance blog. One Sunday in July I stood in a small park in a Central London and asked people to pin cards to a tree, telling me what they