'Future Spaces'
 

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A report from the hard landscape materials company Marshalls, highlights how important urban greening will be to the way our cities and other spaces in the built environment will develop in years to come.

'Future Spaces' is the result of research into how the planning, materials and construction of our public spaces might evolve.

'Future Spaces' defines four overriding mega-trends that are likely to have the strongest influence in defining the way cities develop and identifies 12 specific themes, which will become ever more familiar across our future metropolises.  Urban greening is one of these themes and can be linked to all four of the global mega-trends.

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