These walking tours with a twist let homeless people show you their city
Invisible Cities trains homeless people to give tourists a unique view of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Manchester, and York
Anti-gentrification campaigners see off developers to protect historic market street
Plans to knock down an indoor market in Hackney’s Ridley Road and build luxury flats have been defeated after a three-year community campaign.
Can railways put cities on the right track to prioritise people over profit?
The Low Line is a development along the mighty Victorian railway viaduct in London’s Bankside, which has been transformed by the local community. It serves as an example of prioritising people over profit in our changed cityscapes