Hank Dittmar, Director of the Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment, a nonprofit organization founded by Sir Charles, The Prince of Wales, discusses the balance of tradition and innovation in urban design.
Jan 23, 2006 By
Shortage of affordable housing causes problems recruiting new faculty at one of the world's top higher education institutions.
Jan 12, 2006 The Guardian Unlimited
Using a network of thousands of CCTV cameras which will be able to read license plates, Britain will be first country to monitor every car journey on all motorways and main roads. Data will be stored for two years.
Dec 23, 2005 The Independent (UK)
Businesses install devices such as the "Mosquito" and the "Zit Lamp" to discourage teenagers from loitering in front of stores.
Nov 30, 2005 News.com
At Bradford U. the master plan aims to create a sustainable campus.
Nov 29, 2005 Yorkshire Post
Barn conversions have became a staple of rural living verging on cliché, but when done well, as in this case study, can be inspiring. (Includes photos.)
Nov 24, 2005 Gabion
The Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture is hosting an exhibit that chronicles the last 100 years of suburbia in England.
Nov 18, 2005 By
Rather than resign itself to being the buckle of the English Rust Belt, Manchester rediscovered its urban core and employed the EDAW design firm to make it more walkable, livable, and pleasant.
Nov 15, 2005 The Planning Report
Prince Charles granted CBS News' Steve Kroft an interview featuring the village of Poundbury - a New Urbanist enclave that demonstrates real-world implementation of a walkable community.
Nov 2, 2005 CBS News
Cold War City, Britain -- a subterranean complex built during the height of the Cold War -- is on the market along with the military base above.
Nov 2, 2005 London Times