Cities

Brussels

Brussels

Brussels offers a very interesting challenge as it is a region with high population density, a large industrial area that is currently under review (particularly in the canal zone), a high level of unemployment particularly with immigrant groups, a government directive to explore new industry and existing circular economy policy. A further point of…

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London

London

London is one of the world’s mega-cities with a dramatic housing challenge and an economy dependent on finance. Likewise, private industrial land is scarce and under great pressure to be gentrified. East London is seen as such a frontier with rental conditions and jobs changing radically with a site owned by the UCL and…

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Rotterdam

Rotterdam

Rotterdam (RDM) offers a case of a city in a transition as the port shifts gradually from near the urban centre to the mouth of the Maas (some 30 kms away) and provides a range of very accessible industrial spaces along the former waterfront (such as the Waalhaven). The municipality is very active…

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