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Blogs transferred from the Peter Brett Associates (PBA) website.

  • Explaining the case for infrastructure projects

    Explaining the case for infrastructure projects

    Why early engagement with the British public on major infrastructure projects is so important to their success

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  • Adaptability = energy efficiency

    Adaptability = energy efficiency

    How innovation can help in delivering the EU Nearly Zero Energy Buildings Directive

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  • Engineering is for girls

    Engineering is for girls

    Janice Smith and Donna MacKenzie disucss their passion for the engineering industry and encouraging more women to consider it as a career

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  • Designing an education future

    Designing an education future

    Why Stantec is supporting the DOT box initiative.

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  • Brexit: an environmental opportunity?

    Brexit: an environmental opportunity?

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  • Turning transport planning on its head: part I

    Turning transport planning on its head: part I

    Can we turn transport planning on it's head?

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  • The housing white paper: a wish list

    The housing white paper: a wish list

    Is there a solution to help local planning authorities who do not have a post-NPPF adopted plan?

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  • The housing white paper: a review

    The housing white paper: a review

    Cristina Howick review the UK Government's recent Housing white paper to boost the supply of new homes in England

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  • Turning transport planning on its head: part II

    Turning transport planning on its head: part II

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  • Garden cities: redefining the principles for modern times

    Garden cities: redefining the principles for modern times

    Bearing on the original garden city principles, how can we adapt them to the 21st century?

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  • The changing face of freight and logistics

    The changing face of freight and logistics

    Underpinning the UK's economy, freight and logistics must be prepared for a every eventuality

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  • Planning policy challenges of the garden city model

    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

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  • Vehicle for change

    Vehicle for change

    Autonomous vehicles are already here. The technology is well developed and the concept no longer requires a great leap of imagination.

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  • Housing need: what can we learn from the new CLG proposals?

    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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  • City region benefits from Nationally Significant Renewable Infrastructure

    City region benefits from Nationally Significant Renewable Infrastructure

    How places like Grimsby could and should be benefiting from Nationally Significant Renewable Infrastructure

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  • Garden cities & movement: achieving 'good growth'

    Garden cities & movement: achieving 'good growth'

    Why factoring in travel trends and achieving 'good growth' should be so important to the garden cities movement

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  • Garden cities: lighter, faster, cheaper

    Garden cities: lighter, faster, cheaper

    Can we realise the dream of a cleaner, greener, and more economical garden city?

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  • The disruptive 4th Industrial Revolution and its impact on Garden Cities

    The disruptive 4th Industrial Revolution and its impact on Garden Cities

    Is the UK ready for a 4th Industrial Revolution?

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  • The challenges of post-decision monitoring in EIAs

    The challenges of post-decision monitoring in EIAs

    New Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) regulations came into force in May this year

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  • The hidden climate impact of the Internet of Things

    The hidden climate impact of the Internet of Things

    It has been predicted that over 50 billion transmitting devices will be in circulation by 2020

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