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UK Population approaches 62 million

The population of the United Kingdom has grown to 61.8 million, according to estimates released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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Age Matters: realising the potential of an ageing population

Projections for our region suggest that there will be over one million pensioners by 2011, and 1.14 million by 2021. This demographic change will play out differently across the region...

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Dearne Valley EcoExpo
Fri, 18/03/2011 - 09:00 - 16:00

Dearne Valley College, Wath-upon-Dearne

The first ever Eco-EXPO and Festival is coming to the Dearne Valley as part of a drive to secure the Dearne to be one of the greenest areas in Europe. Following on from a very successful visit to Freiburg in Germany (Europe's Green Capital) last Autumn, Dearne Valley College (DVC) is hosting the Dearne Valley Eco-Expo in conjunction with: Dearne Valley Eco-Vision Team, DDQ, community regeneration expert Keepmoat, Sheffield Hallam University, Barnsley College, Construction Sector Network and Freiburg's Innovation Academy.

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The Future of Housebuilding

UK housebuilding has evolved since the Second World War into a diverse and complex industry, continually trying to respond to multiple demands for quantity, quality, environmental sustainability and affordability. Drawing...

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Cities Outlook 2011

Many cities are bouncing back from the recession, including some of those hardest hit by job losses – according to the Centre for Cities annual index, Cities Outlook 2011.  But...

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Grand Designs - A new approach to the built environment

A new approach to the built environment is needed in England’s cities. Long term economic restructuring has meant that populations have grown in some areas and declined in others. Between...

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Megacities toolkit

How will people travel in the cities of the future? How will billions of city-dwellers access what they need without putting intolerable strains on the planet? How can we plan...

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The Economic Picture

The Chief Economist’s Unit at Yorkshire Forward has recently presented seminars to representatives from across the public sector. The seminars, held in Hull, Leeds and York, related to the economy...

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