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Seize the opportunity to be a new generation place-maker This week saw the launch of Public Practice, a social enterprise aiming to recruit a new generation of place-making planners for local authorities, beginning with London and the South East. Developed through the Mayor of London’s ‘Good Growth by Design’ programme it counts the Mayor, the Local Government Association and developers British Land, Berkeley Group and housing association Peabody among its founding partners. Chief executive and moving force, Finn Williams, explains that the scheme aims to place outstanding candidates from architecture, planning and urban design, offering them an alternative career path focused on shaping places for the public good. Recruitment of the first cohort of 16 ‘Associates’ got under way this week. Williams himself started out as an architect at the Office of Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) before making the switch to planning, first at Croydon Council and then the Greater London Authority. Text by Neal Morris.
the Urban Land Institute FPH :: Home In Pursuit of True Sustainability in the Built Environment — Version 2.0 Version 2.0 of the Living Building Challenge was released in November 2009. To gain an understanding of the substantive differences made to the Imperatives between version 2.0 and 2.1, download the Red Line Document. Some typos and minor changes to improve the application of the program's Imperatives were incorporated into the 2.0 document dated April 2010, which can be downloaded from the link below. Download the errata sheet for these corrections to the Living Building Challenge 2.0 Standard document dated November 2009. Desafio del Edificio Vivo 2.0 está disponible en español.Version 2.0 of the Living Building Challenge is available in Spanish. Version 1.3 Version 1.3 of the Living Building Challenge was released in August 2009 as an update to the original standard document. December 31, 2013 is the sunset date to submit documentation for certification under v1.0-1.3. All other projects should refer to Living Building Challenge 2.0 for relevant program information.
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