Tag Archives | Garden villages

Chaos means opportunities – 2017 could be a turning point

Greetings to 2017. And a very Happy New Year to all you out there in EG land. Did you want to come back? I certainly struggled. Was it a longer break than usual this year? Or did it just feel that way? In the midst of my Seasonal Affective Disorder (and the fact that I […]

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We’ve got a cheek – and a village vision

It will be an exciting day for Trevor Osborne and Miles Gibson over at the Wolfson Economics Prize, as it is the closing date for the submission of their competition for the design and delivery of a garden city (I get the sense that Lord Wolfson himself has exciting days every day of the week, […]

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Wolfson comes into the garden

Yet more commentary on garden cities and the Wolfson Economics Prize.  I have to say, the more I look at this, the more inspired I think it was for Lord Wolfson to have offered his prize on this subject this year.  Whether or not you think that garden cities are the answer to the housing […]

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Join my ‘Garden Village Movement’

 My blog of 17 January on garden cities seems to have got folks’ going. In fact garden cities generally, as a concept, seem to have got folks’ going.  Although I seriously struggle to understand why.  Perhaps there isn’t enough to do in January. Loads of you contacted me to say you were entering Lord Wolfson’s competition […]

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