A new rural vernacular?

In recent years a new relationship between town and countryside has been evolving in the UK. While global trends continue to point to urbanisation, more developed economies are beginning to see a movement towards working-from-home and even a modest resurgence in small-scale local industry and commerce. With a large number of people commuting from rural areas to urban ones for work, the logical outcome is that people are likely to be spending a larger proportion of their time in a rural environment. The lifestyle benefits and their subsequent effects on productivity are well-documented and the benefits to communities from a more diverse round-the-clock presence, more flexible family time, as

Happy Summer from APA!

Wow – what a few months! AP is now a proud father (!) and APA has continued to grow in presence all over the South East with projects in Surrey, Sussex and Essex emerging in addition to our ongoing work in London. All of this in addition to Cat completing her Part III submission (just the interview to go!) and Alex returning to the office following a stint working on our projects on Crossrail with Arup, which are now nearing completion and looking great. We have also sadly had to bid farewell to our great friend James, who has gone on to achieve even greater things in infrastructure. This month we'll return to our monthly blog - watch this space.

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