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Creating Social Value Through Placemaking

Creating Social Value Through Placemaking

In the world of urban development and real estate, ESG  has become synonymous with sustainability, which is only a part of the overall equation of value. Through the careful consideration of environmental, social, and governmental factors, investors can better...
PLACEengage: The Science and Soul of Place

PLACEengage: The Science and Soul of Place

A data-driven approach to community placemaking in the digital age “Assumptions are the enemy of placemaking. You need to ask the right questions of the right people.” Covid-19 accelerated the use of online platforms for public consultation and community engagement...
Will the YIMBY Movement Impact Ireland?

Will the YIMBY Movement Impact Ireland?

YIMBY, or ‘Yes, In My Back Yard’, is a growing movement that counters the increasing instances of NIMBY-ism or ‘Not In My Back Yard’, that is frustrating the delivery of vital new homes and infrastructure in towns and cities across the world. One of the main...
Placemaking leaps into a new decade!

Placemaking leaps into a new decade!

Placemaking has stepped up a gear in recent years and it is now a term that is more recognised than it once was. Placemakings approach to planning, design and management of public spaces is creating spaces for citizens to enjoy all over the world and there is plenty...
Wind Farm Public Consultation Opens

Wind Farm Public Consultation Opens

Eoghan Murphy, T.D., Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government and Richard Bruton, T.D., Minister for Communications, Climate Action and the Environment have published the revised Wind Energy Development Guidelines (WEDG) for public consultation. The...
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