Paul Farmer, chief executive officer of the American Planning Association, once summarized his planning concept as “honor history, celebrate the present, and choose the future.”
In reality, especially at the current development stage in China, we seem to have too many “celebrations” of the present at the expense of historical heritage and future generations’ well-being.
SOURCE: Xinhua – It’s time to rethink ideas on urban planning
Ajman continues to pave the way for big real estate projects to be developed in the emirate by continuing to execute various infrastructure projects, including road networks, and water and drainage systems.
SOURCE: AMEinfo.com – Ajman Marina prepares infrastructure for big projects with Dhs3bn | Ajman Marina.
Innovative green features in Tempe’s new Transportation Center will make it one of the most energy-efficient buildings in the nation when the office block opens next month.
SOURCE: AZCENTRAL.com – Tempe building to be supergreen.
Senator Kim Carr, Australian Minister for Innovation, Industry, Science and Research today said the members of the newly established Built Environment Industry Innovation Council (BEIIC), should champion innovation in the industry.
Among the members appointed are two Eminent Landscape Architects
Prof Catherin Bull – Elisabeth Murdoch Professor of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne
Ken Maher – Chairman, Hassell
SOURCE: Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA).
SINGAPORE: The world’s biggest supplier of wind power technology is pumping S$500 million into Singapore over the next ten years.
Arabian Business have a great interview with the principal of Carol R Johnson Associates(CRJA) and their projects and design initiatives in UAE.
Read more @ the SOURCE:ArabianBusiness.com – Making memories – Construction & Industry –
A joint venture between the Rutland Group and Royal Bank of Scotland will appeal Waverley Borough Council’s rejection of its plans for 2,600 homes at the Dunsfold aerodrome near Guildford, Surrey.
SOURCE: Rutland and RBS to appeal against 2,600 homes masterplan refusal – Property Week.