Smart cities body announces funding to drive planning innovation

A government-backed centre of excellence in urban innovation has announced £100,000 of funding for small businesses to demonstrate how 'user focused design, data and digital innovation' can improve the UK planning system.

by Michael Donnelly
Cities: body aims to foster innovation (pic: Marcus Holland-Moritz via Flickr)
Cities: body aims to foster innovation (pic: Marcus Holland-Moritz via Flickr)

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