My column in Planning in 1987, has a contemporary feel in 2020 as issues of mass unemployment and Council cuts come to the fore once again.
A busy week ahead. I have a number of online events coming up, which may be of interest to followers of this website.
A major controversy has developed in Edinburgh over a huge development that was allowed to go ahead in the World Heritage Site without planning permission.
A new report on the impact of Airbnb and similar platforms calls for tighter regulation.
Might plans for a make-over for Edinburgh's West Princes Street Gardens lead to a partial privatisation of an iconic public space?
The Cockburn Association, Edinburgh's Civic Trust, is seeking a new Director.
Citizens in Edinburgh are voicing concerns at the way the capital city's built environment and greenspaces are being managed.
I gave the Cockburn Association annual lecture in Edinburgh on 27 October 2016. I have now written it up and you can read it.
I am pleased to confirm that I will become Chair of the Cockburn Association in June, when the present Chair, Lord Brodie, steps down.