Step by Step…?
Council came one step closer to buying the Dry Dock and the Marine Museum last night when they went towards creating a’ project’ zone. 446 more words
Yesterday, Saturday 7th March, I went along to the Staffordshire Invertebrate Fair at the Staffordshire University Science Centre in Stoke.
We arrived at about 11.30 and attended the first talk which was given by Dr Sarah Henshall from BugLife all about the importance of Brownfield Sites for Invertebrates which was very interesting and a real eye opener. 864 more words
A total of 42 new lakes will be created by flooding closed open-pit mines and will create a seascape with about 174 km² water surface, especially in the south of Leipzig. 136 more words
Today’s topic is one that is very important in the world of economic development and urban planning, but not well understood outside of those realms. When I worked for the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) in Indianapolis last year, one of our primary concerns as a community development organization was the the decline of the urban core of the city. 1,179 more words