Landscape Sacrificial – Landscape Institute

The Landscape Institute called for a greater role for the profession in response to the Government’s ‘Draft Strategy for Sustainable Construction.’

Chair of the Landscape Institute Policy Committee Jon Lovell said landscape was often “the sacrificial lamb” on projects, which undermined both the environmental and commercial value of developments.

Responding to the document produced by the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform, Lovell said: “Landscape is the glue which holds development schemes together and should be a first consideration and not an afterthought when developing a new scheme.”

Landscape \Sacrificial.

Varna is the Best City to Live in Bulgaria

Varna was elected for the best city to live in Bulgaria, according to the special research of DarikNews.bg

On the second and third place are rated Plovdiv and Veliko Turnovo.

The capital of Bulgaria takes the 4thplace of the ranking. These cities are followed by Burgas, Ruse, Stara Zagora, Blagoevgrad, Kustendil, Kurdjali.

News.bg – Varna is the Best City to Live in Bulgaria.

Hanoi City councils discuss improving weak planning and management

Poor infrastructure and traffic congestion top the agendas of the Ha Noi and HCM City municipal People’s Councils during their current sittings.

And both councils found that the shortcomings stemmed from inadequate planning and management.

Viet Nam News.

Crowded city challenges business recruiters

DEVELOPMENT Tenants looking for offices in uptown’s record tight market will have trouble finding space for at least the next year.

“There is a positive side,” said economic development recruiter Justin Hunt at the Charlotte Chamber. “It shows the vibrancy of downtown and corroborates what we tell people — but from a pure product standpoint, it does make things difficult.”

Charlotte Observer | 12/06/2007 | Crowded city challenges business recruiters.

Ireland outlines Transport spending plan

A total of €1.3 billion has been earmarked for public transport spending, while €2.3 billion has been set aside for investment in national and non-national roads.

Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey said the public transport allocation will be used to fund extensions to Dublin’s Luas light railway; for planning and design work on Dublin’s proposed Metro systems and Navan rail line and for continued construction work on the Kildare route project, the Western Rail Corridor and the Cork-Middleton rail line.

ireland.com – Breaking News – Transport outlines planned spend.

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