Is our view of place too short-sighted?
Is our view of place too short-sighted? On Wednesday 11 February, we put this question to an engaged Bristol audience, […]
To a More Ambitious Place: Do the right people have power in place? Think piece #2
By Christopher Rowe I define power as the ability to mobilise resources to meet our needs. Since 2008 I have […]
Does practice make perfect in place? Glasgow debate round up
“Places are what happen when you’re busy doing other things,” Pauline Gallacher told us at our Debate in Glasgow titled […]
Place Potential Think Piece Series: Can housing be a catalyst for great places? #3
By Emily Read ‘We expect too much of new buildings, and too little of ourselves.’ Jane Jacobs As we know, […]
Place Potential Think Piece Series: Can housing be a catalyst for great places? #1
By Grosvenor As well as enduring the slowest economic recovery in more than 100 years, Britain is suffering from a […]
Place Potential: Can young people be placemakers?
The second debate of our 2013/14 Debate Series, Place Potential, on Wednesday 20th November continued this year’s exploration by asking, […]
Place Potential Think Piece Series: Can young people be placemakers? #2
By Jen Marriott As a Town Planner by trade, I know all too well that placemaking isn’t easy for anyone […]
Place Potential Think Piece Series: Can young people be placemakers? #1
By Glass-House Enabler Catherine Greig This question makes me want to shout a resounding YES! I believe that the people […]
Supporting young people to engage in place
Over the past two years, The Glass-House has been working in partnership with the Citizenship Foundation to develop an educational programme to […]
How can we learn something from every experience with place?
The irony of it. The day after returning from our debate in Edinburgh exploring the relationship between place and health […]