Communities in the North of England

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During the current crisis, it can be difficult to feel a part of a community, especially with the current lockdown measures. Community action is more important in such moments than ever, which is why we have rounded up the following stories from around the North of England. Schools making PPE This sixth form in Leeds […]

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Community Initiatives in Scotland

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Lockdown can make it easy to feel isolated. However, social distancing does not mean that communities have to become distant. Community action in a crisis is pivotal, which is why we have rounded up the following stories from Scotland. Community Hopscotch A community in Edinburgh has come together to create a giant hopscotch game with […]

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Community Solidarity in Wales

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All over the UK, communities have come together in the face of the current epidemic. Below are uplifting examples of solidarity from communities in Wales. Michelin-Starred Restaurants Cook Meals for Health Workers Cafes and restaurants throughout the UK have been working to ensure that NHS staff and care workers are well-fed as they work on […]

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Going Digital: The Future of Community Engagement

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With the world going into lockdown and the advent of social distancing, there have been many inevitable changes to the inner workings of businesses, whether that be increased use of conference calls or putting work on hold. The task that businesses have been faced with, and the property industry included, is to find innovative ways […]

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Built-ID Movie Night

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With everybody at home, it’s likely that you’ve found yourself bingeing on TV show after TV show and are constantly on the hunt for new movies to watch! Here are some movie recommendations from the Built-ID team. Emily: My movie is Miss Congeniality because it’s a feel good film and I will need the same […]

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Changing Cities for Changing Demographics

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By 2030, two-thirds of the world’s population will be living in cities. Unfortunately, cities are too often imagined with the younger, working-age resident in mind, with older people often left by the wayside and not incorporated into the mainstream of thinking and planning. However, we face a rapid global change in demographics caused by leaps […]

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Real Estate in the Face of the Climate Crisis

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Following the month of protests held by Extinction Rebellion in October last year, the European Parliament’s declaration of a state of global ‘climate and environmental emergency’ and the UN’s announcement of their 2030 Sustainable Development Goals, 2019 has brought with it an unmatched momentum for pro-environmental movements. With the awarding of Time’s Person of the […]

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Consulting Bristol

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The Soapworks building has long been one of the most iconic buildings in its area in Bristol. A Grade II listed building which housed soapmakers Gardiner Haskins for over 60 years, the site measures 2.25 acres and includes approximately 165,000 sq ft of existing buildings. It was recently acquired by First Base, who intend to […]

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