As more Canadians flock to urban centres, those cities have fewer options to raise taxes New tax policies are needed that reflect the shift to a digital economy.
Housing laws in England can still leave tenants without proper protection, but the latest reforms offer hope for the future.
Landlords could have a big impact on public health, if they help their tenants to feel at home.
This collective fundraising technique helps defuse anti-cyclist sentiment before it dooms protected bike lanes and other new infrastructure.
When a city scores badly on "liveability", it can put serious pressure on city leaders – but do these rankings really help improve life for local people?
Drivers of polluting vehicles will face a daily charge, but evidence suggests it's a price worth paying.
Find out what the Ultra Low Emission Zone is, how it works and what Londoners make of the new measures.
Capital city populations are growing twice as fast as the rest of Australia, because of the employment and business opportunities and lifestyle on offer to both new migrants and long-term residents.
China is funding global infrastructure projects to expand its influence and capacity for economic growth.
Previous laws gave tenants very little protection – but now landlords could face court if they don't keep their properties in good repair.
Those in charge of urban spaces would like the public to believe that town and city environments have a predetermined function: participatory art challenges this view.
When it comes to innovation, Santa Clara County is way ahead of the rest of the US. Between 2000 and 2015, more than 140,000 patents were granted there – triple the number of the next-ranked county.
Using driverless cars to get from A to B in the future will mean more free time to do other activities – but will people really use it productively?
The Literary Method of Urban Design aims to predict urban futures and to design cities and prepare citizens in line with these predictions.
Airbnb has been criticised for contributing to housing problems in cities across Europe – but history shows there could be a way forward.
With so few public washrooms in our cities, vulnerable people are forced to use café and restaurant washrooms. How do mostly minimum wage café and restaurant workers deal with this?
Police have to analyse over 31m documents, 2,500 pieces of evidence and 2,332 witness statements. This makes Grenfell the biggest and most complex corporate manslaughter case ever brought.
The current system favours London and the south east of England – and previous regeneration campaigns have failed to make much of a difference.
Socialisation of housing would see profits from rent put back into the maintenance and modernisation of the buildings.
Architects, certifiers and engineers who work as consultants to builders are on notice about potential liability for the use of flammable cladding, but governments are also culpable for their actions.