On average, from 2000 to 2025, Britain will need almost four million additional households. How can these be provided without the endless development of the countryside, or stretching already strained urban resources? This work tackles these issues.
Richard Rogers is the chair of the Urban Task Force. He is the prize-winning architect of the Pompidou Centre, Paris, the Lloyds Building and the Millennium Dome, London. He is a passionate advocate of beautiful cities as economic powerhouses, centres of invention, creativity and social integration.