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Ironically, having access to too much data may be what’s preventing the realisation that we currently have not too little parking provision but far too much.

https://www.placemaker.tech/too-much-of-a-good-thing/

5 of 10 - We've all heard of pop-up shops and pop-up restaurants but here's a #carpark that literally pops up

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Placemaking is a multi-faceted approach to the planning, design and management of public spaces.

Placemaking capitalises on a local community’s assets, inspiration, and potential, with the intention of creating public spaces that promote people’s health, happiness, and well-being.

placemaker.tech enables placemaking through technology.

We are a technology company that has emerged from EthosVO. That means that we strive to create transformational partnerships with the individuals and organisations that we work with.

placemaker.tech builds upon Ethos’ proven technological expertise with connected places and record of leading collaborative initiatives for positive change that redefine growth and improves lives like Building Pathways and Team Army

Over the coming months, we will launch a portfolio of new technology offerings that reflect that same commitment to shared purpose.

We will put data and tools directly into the hands of those that need to understand, value and balance the needs of human, natural, social and economic capital.

We know the value of data, that’s why we’re committed to building an open, trustworthy data ecosystem. Our vision of a sustainable Smart City begins with a commitment to put citizens’ rights, values, needs and aspirations at the core – always.

From Our Blog

Carrots and sticks

Carrots and sticks

Most local authorities should be actively reducing parking provision. Particularly if this creates opportunities to regenerate town centres through new housing on brownfield sites and supporting new, more sustainable business models.  Having said that, car parks will...

read more
Too much of a good thing?

Too much of a good thing?

In my previous blog, I argued that when we think about the role that parking plays in placemaking, that we leap to two unfounded assumptions.  Firstly, that the provision of parking in city centres is a cause of excessive traffic and pollution rather than an effect....

read more
I blame Joni Mitchell

I blame Joni Mitchell

Placemaking is a complex process. This is unavoidable as successful placemaking comes from understanding and balancing the needs of so many stakeholders – individuals, cultural institutions, local government, and businesses. All need to be included in the process and...

read more

From Our Blog

Carrots and sticks

Carrots and sticks

Most local authorities should be actively reducing parking provision. Particularly if this creates opportunities to regenerate town centres through new housing on brownfield sites and supporting new, more sustainable business models.  Having said that, car parks will...

read more
Too much of a good thing?

Too much of a good thing?

In my previous blog, I argued that when we think about the role that parking plays in placemaking, that we leap to two unfounded assumptions.  Firstly, that the provision of parking in city centres is a cause of excessive traffic and pollution rather than an effect....

read more
I blame Joni Mitchell

I blame Joni Mitchell

Placemaking is a complex process. This is unavoidable as successful placemaking comes from understanding and balancing the needs of so many stakeholders – individuals, cultural institutions, local government, and businesses. All need to be included in the process and...

read more

Twitter Feed

Ironically, having access to too much data may be what’s preventing the realisation that we currently have not too little parking provision but far too much.

https://www.placemaker.tech/too-much-of-a-good-thing/

5 of 10 - We've all heard of pop-up shops and pop-up restaurants but here's a #carpark that literally pops up

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6705433871732748288

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