Creating Liveable Places
Shaping the attractive and inspiring places where life unfolds
Henrik Stener PedersenT: +45 51618124
The built environment is expected to expand by an area equivalent to the size of Japan every year. Without co-ordinated planning and implementation, this will present significant environmental, social and economic challenges. A focus on liveability is a key factor in attracting residents, businesses and tourists.
This means implementing the right governance and infrastructure whilst ensuring that places are healthy, safe, accessible and sustainable.
The concept of liveability is often applied to entire cities. But for people to experience liveability in their daily lives, the streets, buildings and infrastructure that enable a place to function and thrive must also be considered.
Liveability challenges and opportunities
Find out how liveable places have been made a reality with these inspiring cases.
Get the full overview
Download the brochure to get a detailed overview of the benefits of liveability and how to achieve them.