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Posted: 10. November 2014
This guest blog from Graham Allan, IFHP Council Representative for UK, is a note about building relationships in the city. Maybe it doesn’t matter - or maybe it does?
Posted: 30. October 2014
This guest blog from Bo Aronsson, IFHP Council representative from Sweden, is about turning abandoned land into modern, attractive and vibrant inner city environment.
Posted: 23. October 2014
The Award theme for 2014 was ‘Heritage conservation and sustainable urban development’, being also the theme of the 4th EUSS.
Posted: 23. October 2014
The social sector direct investment is on decline across Europe, still it represents the 20% of the housing stock. How its role has changed in the last decades?
Posted: 09. October 2014
What are in fact Neo-liberal cities? Are they just financial models? Who is governing these cities if they are built by developers? Is this the future of our cities?
Posted: 18. September 2014
How a vision of more equal distribution of national income sit alongside strong demands for economic growth? The case of Brazil: “My House My Life Programme”.
Posted: 12. August 2014
This guest blog from Graham Allan, IFHP Council Representative for UK, is about three home owners of despised house styles like the 'Hobbit’, ‘Recycled Eco’ and ‘Pixie Grotto' struggling to save the structure from being torn down. Would you knock this down?
Posted: 05. August 2014
How come 80 % of the population in one of the wealthiest countries in the world live in public housing? The short answer is that the country has a unique housing system, which runs like a well-oiled machine providing homes, benefits and liveability to the broad population.
Posted: 30. July 2014
IFHP Roundtable at the AESOP congress, 10 July 2014.
Posted: 03. July 2014
This guest blog from Tom Wolters, IFHP Council Representative for China, gives a fresh look into Beijing’s unique hutongs.

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