Five minute city of the future
Delivering the five minute, sustainable city of the future with a model project in Denmark.
As we emerge from the pandemic, how will we create the communities of tomorrow?
With levelling-up and placemaking rising up the political agenda at national, regional and city levels, the group is key to exploring new ideas around regeneration, planning and the built environment.
Working closely with the APPG on Building Communities, the group will explore how we can truly build back better and create the urban centres that people will want to live, work and play in over the medium to long-term.
The group will also explore the left-behind communities across the UK, and how our sector can play a key role in realising their potential and unlocking regional growth.
Through the policy forum and engagement with members, the group champions place and regeneration, and shapes ACE’s interactions with policymakers, evidence-based thought-leadership and ensures our industry is at the forefront of political discussions on levelling-up.
The group is chaired by Peter Hogg, partner at Arcadis.
A member-only briefing on the major announcements at Budget 2021.
The annually updated programme of work for ACE.
ACE's three year corporate plan outlines the work themes for the association.
Briefing released by ACE exploring the hospital building programme.
Briefing released by ACE exploring the school building programme.
Briefing released by ACE on how to meet housing targets.
ACE backs industry-wide response to MHCLG consultation on planning.
ACE's submission to Government departments.
First report produced by the APPG on Building Communities.
Outlining a raft of policies ready for all political parties to engage with.
ACE analysis into CIL spending by local councils in England and Wales.
ACE submission to HM Treasury in advance of the Autumn Budget 2018.
Report argues for good design and placemaking to solve the housing crisis.
ACE responds to MHLCG consultation.
ACE responds to proposals to make more land available for housing.
ACE proposes "disruptive" recommendations for the planning framework.
ACE analysis of Philip Hammond's Budget.
ACE responds to local plan for exciting new area of London.
ACE briefing analyses the key bills for infrastructure.
We compare the offering for infrastructure from the three major parties.
ACE analysis of Philip Hammond's Spring Budget.
Analysis of the government's Fixing the Housing Market White Paper.
ACE analysis of what it means for infrastructure.
ACE responds to NIC's call for evidence.
The growing human cost of not building enough homes.
ACE explores the slowdown in the housing construction market.