If you are considering supporting IFHP, please take a minute to read a statement from Walter de Boer, Chairman of the Executive Board at Bouwfonds Property Development on why they decided to support IFHP.
Registration is now open for the 2013 IFHP Centenary Congress: ‘A tomorrow for cities: for people by people’ held between the 8th and 11th June 2013 in London. Register now to get your Early Bird discount.
In the role of Media Manager, Pia Bechsgaard aims at bridging the gap between IFHP and digital platforms.
IFHP working group ‘Spontaneous City’ opens a new website to show its international activities both at IFHP and other events.
Convening of IFHP Council on Sunday 9th June 2013, in London, UK.
Over the last decade Melbourne has implemented a whole range of initiatives, which have made it one of the world's most attractive cities to live in. We asked Rob Adams, Director of Design and urban environment for City of Melbourne and Simon Goddard, Project Manager at Gehl Architects, why they think Melbourne have received so much praise the recent years.
Throughout 2013 IFHP is celebrating its Centenary year. The celebration was kicked-off last week at the Crystal in London with a lecture by Sir Peter Hall who is internationally renowned for his studies and writings on the economic, demographic, cultural and management issues that face cities around the globe.