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Travel Applications - From Worldmate to TripIt

Since 2010, I have been a devoted user of Worldmate for managing travel plans and itineraries.   Despite limitations and few and far between updates, I used the website often and had the app installed on all mobile devices.   118 more words


Another Peak at My Bullet Journal

Hi everyone!

I have been keeping a bullet journal now for almost 2 months, and I wanted to share my thoughts on it once again after using it a bit more. 416 more words

Lifestyle And Home

Seacourt P&R – Key Point 4: Oxford City's Planning Strategy

Within Oxford City Council’s main strategic planning document, the Core Strategy, Core Strategy 2 (CS2, see above) states:

‘Greenfield land will not be allocated for development if any part of the development would be on Flood Zone 3b.’  149 more words


Seacourt P&R - Key Point 3: NPPF

National planning policy framework (NPPF) guidelines strongly recommend against the positioning of developments that are categorised (in this case according to the Environment Agency) as ‘less vulnerable’, in Flood Zone 3b, functional floodplain. 154 more words

Climate Change

Planning Application: 2 houses with garages

The Parish Council is considering a planning application to build two more detached houses and a pair of semi-detached single garages at  Lindum Cottage, Main Street Kirkby on Bain. 141 more words

Parish Council

Execution or Execution?

I firmly believe that one key differentiator between successful versus struggling businesses is the ability to effectively execute their plans.

Sounds logical enough, right?  Nonetheless, I am dumbfounded by how a business team can typically plan… 125 more words


Quality of place matters

Richard Florida and Andrew Small,  The Atlantic; CityLab

Why quality of place matters

Publication date: December 2016
Ranking: useful

The article highlights two research studies. First a… 212 more words

Urban Design