Cardiff, the capital of and largest city in Wales, has just launched its Transport Vision to 2030: Changing how we move around a growing city. Just to do what it says on the tin would be ambitious: in fact this vision has the capacity to lead this city much further improving quality of life and reducing inequalities in the city.Read more “A transport vision that shows how we can be living better.”
The Future Generations Commissioner For Wales has launched a key part their flagship programme, Art of the Possible. Urban Habitats has been privileged to contribute thinking to this and here our director, Mark Drane, shares his reflections on the new Journey Checker resources and what this means for practitioners.Read more “Journey to a Healthier Wales, Placemaking Matters”
We all experience the built environment – every day – the good – the bad. The time has come for a total reappraisal of architects and this needs thinking that challenges the status quo and supports change. It’s in all our shared interest that this happens.
With over £3.0 billion per year invested in campuses are UK universities realising the potential benefits this investment could have for wellbeing and health? Read more “Investing for wellbeing in higher education estates and campus planning.”