Higher-density car-free neighbourhoods for Exeter

Exeter wants to expand:

Greater Exeter Strategic Plan > Hundreds of more houses for East Devon

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And Exeter wants to be green:

How ‘liveable’ and how ‘green’ is the Exeter Garden City project?

Exeter Wildlife City > “ensuring that future development will protect its wildlife”

Exeter affordable Passivhaus homes win award

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And then there is this thing called the GESP:

What is the Greater Exeter Strategic Plan? And how will the new District Council work with it?

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Perhaps all of this can come together: here’s a positive way ahead, from the Architects’ Journal:

 

Greater Exeter – sustainable growth and high density-living-led placemaking

By 2040 Greater Exeter wants to be recognised as a global leader in sustainable living and one of the most active, healthy and accessible cities in England.

Hilton Barnfield Architects with David Hawes will develop design principles for higher-density car-free neighbourhoods…

winners of council placemaking contests 

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Which is part of the Royal Institute of British Architects’ Future Place programme

 

Here’s more on the project for Exeter:

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News

Greater Exeter – Sustainable growth and high density-living-led placemaking

Future Place Open Call Greater Exeter – Sustainable growth and high density-living-led placemaking

   
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