The Future Spaces Foundation brings together a panel of distinguished experts from fields including economics, design, psychology and sociology to explore a wide range of socio-economic, demographic and technological factors that affect the way we live and work and the impact they have on the spaces we live in. The views of the Future Spaces Foundation reflected in the report do not necessarily and completely reflect the opinion of every individual panellist, but all contributions are recorded faithfully to ensure that the panel is represented. While the panel members have provided their expertise and experience to shape the final report, they are not the report authors.
The Future Spaces Foundation commissioned the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) to produce ‘Vital Cities not Garden Cities: the answer to the nation’s housing shortage?’ by undertaking research and economic modelling. The views of the report authors are the Foundation’s alone, and not those of individual panel members.