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Top of the blogs 2014 - politics, poverty and housing

Well it’s come to that time of year when everyone does their ‘best of 2014′ so I thought I’d join the crowd and highlight the most popular blogs on my site this year. 417 more words

Politics

Interview: Jen Howarth

I caught up with Jen Howarth just after she’d dropped her work off for an exhibition she’s currently in with Synecdoche Art Collective – a group show by recent graduates and current students of Drawing and Applied Arts at UWE – at the Christmas Steps Gallery. 1,167 more words

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The house that shouted NO!

We were told we could write about anything, as long as it was relevant to planning policy.

In 2012, I submitted my first proposal for my BA dissertation. 366 more words

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Is that really what I sound like?

You know when you’re slapped in the face with what you actually sound like? Well yeah, that happened the first time I heard the final edits of our audio tours. 86 more words

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Housing - a political priority?

Why is housing important? Firstly and quite obviously, it’s a human right – everyone should have the right to a decent home that is affordable. This obvious statement has been discussed before by many better than me – see “ 805 more words

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Bristol's Housing Future - what's missing?

Yesterday I attended a housing conference organised by Bristol City Council, with Homes4Bristol and the Bristol Housing Partnership. The aim of the event was to discuss ideas for the next housing strategy and to think about how different partner organisations could come together to address Bristol’s housing problems. 1,184 more words

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Dinner @ Mission Burrito, Park Street, Bristol.

Not being a big fan of Mexican food, I wasn’t particularly excited about Mission Burrito. However after tasting their beef burrito and amazing guacamole and good value, I definitely would return if I ever fancied another Mexican bite. 184 more words

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