Space Group

Heriot-Watt University

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An informal PhD discussion group within the School of Energy Geoscience Infrastructure and Society, and across its three institutes for all whose research has space at its core, no matter its scale. The group aims to share knowledge, links, news, conferences and call of papers on housing, urban and architectonic space in relation with social, political, economic, cultural and health & well-being issues.

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Affordable Housing Crisis in London

The release of a ‘viability assessment’ for one of London’s most high-profile developments – seen exclusively by the Guardian – sheds new...…

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El-Spaces: Under the Elevated

The High Line gave new hope to abandoned elevated structures across the United States, to the point that more or less every city wants...…

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Tax breaks for being a landlord

This is an interesting article, showing just how much money is spent propping up private landlords, and not increasing home building or...

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Global Housing Crisis

Access to safe and affordable housing is vital in both the north and south. But how much will it cost and do politicians care enough...…

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Young People and Placemaking

Jenny, I thought this article may be of interest for your research

Parks and public spaces are often built with small children and adults in mind, with an emphasis on playgrounds for the children and...…

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The Brutalist Playgrounds

Part sculpture, part architectural installation, all play. The Brutalist Playground is a new commission by Turner Prize nominees ...…

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Documentary on youth homelessness in UK

BBC documentary challenging myths about youth homelessness in the UK.

Made by Martin Reed, who found himself living on the streets when he was just 16.

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Rough sleepers face council fines

Councils using public spaces protection orders (PSPO) to target rough sleepers who they are labelling as 'anti-social'

[Y}ou’re sleeping on the streets. You’re desperate. But instead of getting the support you need to get back on your feet, you’re treated...…

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