Using a process that encourages participation at all levels, Stantec—working with Schmidt Design Group—designed a skatepark that the City can be proud of and the community and users alike can enjoy.
Connecting Canada from coast to coast to coast—completing a 60-year vision
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The new Safe and Affordable Drinking Water program must address social and political factors to succeed
Planning policy challenges of the garden city model
Garden Cities, Towns and Villages should provide an opportunity to create great places where people will want to live and work
Vehicle for change
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Housing need: what can we learn from the new CLG proposals?
Last Thursday the Government published for consultation its proposed new method for assessing housing needs
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Looking to enliven your city with a laneway revamp? Follow the themes of breathe, move, frame, celebrate, and inspire.
The challenges of post-decision monitoring in EIAs
New Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) regulations came into force in May this year
The hidden climate impact of the Internet of Things
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The Internet of Things is influencing our daily life, and it's only logical that the Internet of Environment will do the same thing
Creating communities through citizen science
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Last year the STEM Skills Indicator revealed a shortfall of over 173,000 workers within STEM businesses in the UK
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