Small Town Regeneration

Urban regeneration is a key aspect of urban design and is often used to refer to regeneration projects in cities or other large settlements and urban areas. One aspect that is sometimes overlooked is the regeneration of smaller towns which can be seen to differ from urban regeneration in cities in a number of ways….
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Urban Regeneration – Reusing Railway Infrastructure

At its peak in 1928, the length of the UK’s national railway infrastructure (the route controlled by Railtrack or its successor, National Rail) was 20235 miles. Today the length is less than half of that, standing at 9817 miles with the decline being due to the rise of the car for personal travel and lorries…
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The Fire Station

  In this blog I will look at a recent regeneration project in the heart of Sunderland that promotes creativity, activity and education on the Cities rich heritage. As part of the Councils Minster Quarter Masterplan, the north-western most part of the city centre has been selected as the Music, Arts and Culture (MAC) Quarter…
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The ‘Modernization attempt’ of Newcastle upon Tyne

Modernist is one of the most important architecture philosophy or style in 20th century. It is led by Walter Gropius (1883-1969) and Le Corbusier (1887-1965) and had a significant impact in British after the World War Two (Architecture.com, 2018). Modern architects believed that mechanized building is more fit the social than traditional building. It probably…
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