The government has pledged £1 billion to improve the UK's digital infrastructure. But this may not be enough to overcome the nation's digital lag, says Jo Davis
Chris Shepley discovers a disregard of local views while mooching at the local laundrette
08.03.2017Business & Enterprise | Campaigning & Advocacy | Internaitonal Women's Day | International | local government | planning | UK
For International Women's Day, the New Local Government Network's (NLGN) Claire Porter asks how we can get more women into senior roles in local...
08.03.2017Community Infrastructure | diversity | equality | International | international women's day | Policy & Politics
UN Habitat's New Urban Agenda can help deliver gender-inclusive places, argues the RTPI's Victoria Pinoncely.
08.03.2017Business & Enterprise | Campaigning & Advocacy | equality | international women's day | mentoring | North East | Professional Development | role model | Sandra Manson | UK
Sandra Manson tells Simon Wicks how she worked her way up from filing clerk at Newcastle City Council to director of planning at WYG, and explains how she's inspiring...
07.03.2017Business & Enterprise | Campaigning & Advocacy | diversity | equality | international women's day | Professional Development | South West | UK
Rebecca Humble, associate planner at WYG in Southampton, tells Simon Wicks about the importance of female role models in the workplace and why she and a colleague set up an...
An unusual proposal involving housing and various ecological enhancements on a site that...
Outline permission for a development west of Newcastle-under-Lyme has been granted, despite...