Today’s post is the first in a three-part series examining the development of the housing market in Berlin to round off 2017.
A short recap of my recent fabulous and inspiring trip to New England and Detroit (with lots of pictures)!
Today’s post examines concrete policy measures which could work against gentrification and the displacement of commons and creative projects.
So August is now over and most people are back from their summer vacations, which means that it’s time to turn our attention to the (very busy) conference season just around the corner. This year, I’ll be doing a whirlwind tour of four countries in four weeks, with topics from urban commons to EU urban policy.
The results of URBACT’s most recent call, for good practices, has now been published. You can search the database of the 97 selected cities here. There are some really exciting projects in there! I’ll be back from my holidays next week with a new full-length post.
In this post, I review the highlights of the Bundeskongress für nationale Stadtentwicklungspolitik 2017, which took place on June 12th & 13th in Hamburg.
In this post, I summarize and briefly explain the ins and outs of urban policy, using examples from Boulder’s growth boundary to prestige pricing.