Cathays & Central Youth and Community Project
Last week we travelled to Cardiff to provide project support to Cathays & Central Youth & Community Project, a group […]
Build Your Neighbourhood: how people, place and value interact
“The essence of good places comes out in what we do.” – Meredith Evans, formerly Corporate Director, Telford and Wrekin […]
If crap places kill people, what can great places do?
“Crap places kill people.” Christopher Rowe, a Church of Scotland Minister and resident of one of Glasgow’s most impoverished areas […]
Danish ‘Think Space’ about community projects
“The free thought is the best toy in the world.”– Erik Clausen We were pleased to accept an invitation to […]
Learning from the front line of community led design
After four fantastic years at The Glass-House, I am leaving at the end of this week to start a new […]
What would a sustainable city look like?
Green Sky Thinking Week held from 17-21 September was set up by Open City to highlight green expertise in the […]
Debate round-up: How can great places create value for local people?
‘How can great places create value for local people?’ was the question posed at the first debate in our national […]
Glass-House supported project wins design award
We were delighted to hear that Gamlingay Eco Hub, an early project supported by The Glass-House has won a major […]
The show’s over… let the legacy begin
Monday’s London parade marked the end of our Olympic summer. I think that all said, we Brits are pretty pleased […]
Scotland reveals inspired attitudes to community led action
This year’s DTAS conference ‘Development Trusts – Doing the Business’ brought together over 200 people from the Development Trust movement […]