Most Liveable Place

Part 4 - Delft

Part 4 - Delft

Delft.
 
"There are few things more mundane than carrying your shopping home".

 

Rich Dunning reviews a recent trip to the Dutch university town of Delft, where he witnessed how mundane...


Part 3 - And So It Begins...

Part 3 - And So It Begins...

 

And So It Begins...
Liverpool embarks upon the journey to become the Most Liveable Place.

 

Following the news of Liverpool implementing temporary cycle lanes, Trevor Gornall takes a look at how the lockdown has fast-tracked safer cycling in Liverpool, in Part 3 of the Most Liveable Place blog.

 

"If you keep putting things in the too-hard-to-do pile,
don't be surprised when they don't get done".

 

Depending on where you live in the world, the first signs of hope...


Part 2 - No Going Back

Part 2 - No Going Back

No Going Back: The New Normal

Adjusting to life in streets with fewer cars (and keeping it that way)

 

In Part 2 of our regular series 'Most Liveable Place', Alex Nurse looks at the effect of lockdown on our once car-filled streets and asks can we really go back to how we lived before?

 


Part 1 - Rider Down

Part 1 - Rider Down

Rider Down by Trevor Gornall

Illustration by Kerry Dunning Illustrations

 

That awful feeling as the news starts to break. A message to the WhatsApp group or a post on social media. Word slowly starts to spread throughout our community. There’s been a road traffic incident of some sort. Details are sketchy, but early reports suggest serious injury. Or worse. 


Around 7 pm on an early spring evening last year, news spreads that a woman and man have been involved in a collision involving three motor vehicles and two bicycles. The...