How Placemaking Can Improve Cities & Urban Spaces
Leading built environment academics have released a definitive short and accessible report on placemaking, aimed at explaining how to make city and urban spaces ‘better places’ for residents and workers
Birmingham City University’s Property, Planning and Policies Research Group explores how and why property owners and managers, developers and designers, and city authorities must consider and apply concepts like ‘attractiveness’, ‘worth’, ‘distinctiveness’ and ‘sense of place’ during the practice of city planning and policymaking.
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Posted on 27th November 2020