This is a bird's eye view of a new plan for a brown field site in Strood, Kent, 30 miles southeast of London. In this view, we are looking south toward the river Medway. The plan shown, which includes about 400 houses (300 new and 100 refurbished), has been created with generative codes. More information about how this was done is given in Generative Code for Strood Riverside and Unfolding of Strood Riverside, also found on the Work Plan page.

To build such a place, the development process requires a new form of planning, procurement, and project management that is capable of placing human values and people's feelings and affections ahead of money and mechanical efficiency. It does not cost more.

For a detailed explanation of this new process, see the Guide to Process and Implementation

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