Manchester School of Architecture (MSA) launched the "LULU Landscape and Urbanism" Atelier this year in partnership with URBED. The aim of the Atelier is to provide architecture students with a greater understanding of masterplanning and urban design by bringing together the academic rigour of the MSA and the experience of URBED as practitioners.

Since 2013, URBED have been working with the Proud Trust to develop a new LGBT+ Centre in Manchester City Centre.

The Proud Trust (formerly LGBT+ Youth North West) is a life-saving and life-enhancing organisation that helps LGBT+ young people to empower themselves and make a positive change for themselves and their communities. This is done through youth groups, peer support, managing the LGBT+ Centre for Manchester, delivering training and events, campaigns, undertaking research, and creating resources. 

Homebaked Community Land Trust (CLT) sits on the boundary between the neighbourhoods of Everton and Anfield in Liverpool, just opposite the Liverpool Football Club. It is co-owned by people who live and work in the area. Its sister organisation is Homebaked bakery, a thriving community-run business famous for its excellent pies and bread.

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Helen Grimshaw, our Senior Consultant in Sustainability, will be speaking on a panel as part of the Social and Spatial Inequalities conference orga

We're delighted that Squash Liverpool have won in the 'best shop' category at the BBC Foo

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Grow your own Garden City. David Rudlin outlines the economic case for developing a city like Uxcester

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We are absolutely delighted to annouce that David and Nick's submission has won the 2014 Wolfson Prize.

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