Their removal will certainly be a step in the right direction, but the reality on the ground is far from simple.
When it comes to new construction in his hometown, the veteran urbanist is not impressed.
The shape of things to come.
It’s not the only example of Finland’s national obsession with playback singing.
Near Paris, the suspicious death in police custody of Adama Traore spawns a French Black Lives Matter movement.
Short answer: very.
A new report suggests Berlin costs more money than it produces.
Stop hogging the sand, says the country’s coast guard.
But is it worth preserving?
A new petition wants to slash the number of public events taking place in the city’s heart.
Roughly a year after strict new rent control laws took effect, 30 percent of residential leases have come down in price.
Don’t even think about copying them, says the city’s transit authority.
The Marker Wadden Islands in the The Netherlands will become silt traps and bird sanctuaries.
And the city of Helsinki is going one step further.
Terror attacks have led to a drop-off in the Belgian capital’s visitor numbers. But that isn’t the only issue.
But don’t expect the city to become affordable any time soon.
Two years in the making, the London Picture Map includes more than 150,000 historical images.
Fancy a trip to the Shank of Inchgrundle?