A visit to University City: Cambridge

When you think of England, you probably think first of London: the capital city, bustling, big, always on the move and very popular with internationals. At the same time you think of the countryside, the Thames and the world-famous university cities: Oxford and Cambridge. Two smaller cities in England, but with a very wide history….

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Tooting is becoming hip, hot and happening

When I lived in the Netherlands, I was already interested in the transition of so-called power districts and involved in some spatial projects that influenced the revitalization of such areas. Mostly unattractive back neighborhoods but with the potential to become an up-and-coming neighborhood for a wider audience on the long term. In England it has been…

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