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Planning
How to Build a City in 10 Simple Steps

How to Build a City in 10 Simple Steps

24 April 2015

As the Arab world’s largest metropolis, Cairo can be a cacophony of clatter, colour and choking car fumes; an overcrowded, overpopulated capital that’s long been bursting at the borders.
DPU
Learning Lima welcomes young Peruvian professionals to cLIMA sin Riesgo

Learning Lima welcomes young Peruvian professionals to cLIMA sin Riesgo

24 April 2015

The action learning platform Learning Lima welcomes twelve interns and two advisors from Lima to join the project cLIMA sin Riesgo. Led by Adriana Allen and Rita Lambert, the interns will join fifty ...
Planning
Five Radical Ideas for a Better Planning System

Five Radical Ideas for a Better Planning System

15 April 2015

A group of academics at the Bartlett School of Planning have published “Five Radical Ideas for a Better Planning System”, a proposal for urgent change to the current UK planning system centred around ...
The Bartlett
SEAHA are pleased to announce their participation in On Light, a two-day UCL festival celebrating the International Year of Light

SEAHA are pleased to announce their participation in On Light, a two-day UCL festival celebrating the International Year of Light

Join our heritage scientists to learn how infrared, ultraviolet, and thermal imaging can assist in the understanding of an object’s material composition, art historical investigations as well as artist techniques and intentions ...
Planning
BSP alumna awarded prestigious RTPI commendation

BSP alumna awarded prestigious RTPI commendation


Former Bartlett School of Planning student Ginny Duffell has been recognised by the Royal Town Planning Institute for the exceptional quality of her submission for Chartered Membership through the Assessment of Professional Competence ...
DPU
Building the evidence-base for Humanitarian Response in Cities

Building the evidence-base for Humanitarian Response in Cities

We have just released a major piece of work commissioned by DFID Humanitarian Policy and Partnerships Group, CHASE. The review, which can be downloaded from our website (pdf), looks at the current evidence-base ...

CASA prize in memory of Sinesio Alves Junior awarded at GISRUK 2015

The CASA prize for the 'Best Paper on Spatial Analysis' in memory of Sinesio Alves Junior at the GISRUK 2015 conference was awarded to Alexandros Alexiou for his paper "The Role of Geographical ...

Frédéric Migayrou curates Le Corbusier exhibition

The Centre Pompidou is to present a new retrospective, featuring three hundred works by Charles-Edouard Jeanneret, better know as Le Corbusier, opening on 29 April 2015. The exhibition and its accompanying catalogue has ...

Habitat III conversations continue: Prepcom 2 in Nairobi

The second session of the Preparatory Committee of the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) is convening this week in Nairobi. Habitat III, which will take place in ...

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CPM
Keynote lecture series: Andrew Grainger on Transforming UCL

Keynote lecture series: Andrew Grainger on Transforming UCL

28 April 2015

Planning
Managing Strategic Mega Infrastructure Assets:  A review of European institutional and
capacity-building challenges 

Managing Strategic Mega Infrastructure Assets:  A review of European institutional and capacity-building challenges 

29 April 2015

Bartlett
BBC documentary lecture: The Hidden Connections

BBC documentary lecture: The Hidden Connections

30 April 2015

Bartlett
The Bartlett Student Communications Group

The Bartlett Student Communications Group

29 April 2015



Planning
Healing the Metropolis

Healing the Metropolis

13 May 2015

Good health has many causes and places are part of that picture, though a part often visualised in stark terms as an instigator of health problems and a support for good health. Struggling ...
Architecture
R&V Alumni Dinner 2015

R&V Alumni Dinner 2015

13 May 2015

Booking is now open for the the 2015 R&V Dinner. The evening will comprise drinks, dinner and guest speeches on the theme 'Big Practice, Small Practice, Non-practice', and a chance to catch ...

Reactivating the Social Condenser: Architecture against Privation

18 May 2015

'In the habits and attitudes of the mass population, low-voltage activity and a weak consciousness would be focused through the circuits of these ‘social condensers’ into high-voltage catalysts of change.' (Moisei Ginzburg, 1927)

The Politics of HS2: UK’s next proposed fast train project 

20 May 2015

Prof. John Tomaney
Bartlett School of Planning, UCL

Megaproject Lessons from the “Big Dig”

27 May 2015

Prof. Virginia A. Greiman
School of Law & Boston Management Institute
Boston University