The beauty commission's advice is sound on sustainable placemaking

Ben Derbyshire

Who can argue against the idea that beauty is "everything that promotes a healthy and happy life"?

The 2020s are going to be a make-or-break decade. We must start now to tackle the climate emergency –achieving significant savings in emissions – if we are to have any chance of meeting the 2050 zero carbon commitment, we have to start now.

One senses a battle  in Downing Street between the hard-line neoliberals who back a deregulated economy as the best route to success set against an old-school Conservatism with a consensus around traditional values (satisfying the popular beliefs of middle England, so to speak).

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