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The people's advocate: An interview with Griff Rhys Jones
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Griff Rhys Jones may have made his name as a comedian, actor and broadcaster, but the president of civic voice has a long-standing passion for public engagement with the built environment, as he tells Laura...

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  • Griff Rhys Jones may have made his name as a comedian, actor and broadcaster, but the president of civic voice has a long-standing passion for public engagement with the built environment, as he tells Laura Edgar.

  • The forthcoming environment bill will enshrine in law the concept of biodiversity net gain – but while the principle is widely supported, there are concerns about its implementation, as Matt Moody finds out. 

  • It might not have a glamorous image, but Swindon – home to the spitfire, the nationwide building society, and birthplace of screen sirens Diana Dors and Billie Piper – has led a revolution in house design over the past five years, as Neil Holly explains.