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UK competitiveness at risk without greater understanding of the built environment

UK competitiveness at risk without greater understanding of the built environment

14 April 2014

Big business needs to ramp-up its board-level understanding of the built environment if it is to make smarter investment decisions that deal with issues from carbon-cutting targets to rising transport costs, a market ...
SDAC on the BBC Today programme

SDAC on the BBC Today programme

Laurie Goodman from the MSc/MRes SDAC course was interviewed on the Today Programme this morning. Listen to it here, from 02hrs:37mins in.

BIM success for two BSGS Fellows

As the UK government gears up to Level 2 followed by Level 3 BIM, Building Information Modelling, two BSGS fellows have received prestigious new appointments.

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The Bartlett Research Exchange / UCL Urban Laboratory 'Cities Methodologies' Series

The Bartlett Research Exchange / UCL Urban Laboratory 'Cities Methodologies' Series

28 April 2014

Cultural Heritage and the Built Environment
UCL Symposium on Cycling and Culture

UCL Symposium on Cycling and Culture

01 May 2014

Cycling has been growing quickly in London but still remains a minority form of transport, with even lower participation in other parts of the UK. What status does this give cycling in culture ...
Bartlett Learning Lunches: Educating Large Groups

Bartlett Learning Lunches: Educating Large Groups

21 May 2014

How can the benefits and dis-benefits of teaching large student cohorts be balanced? Is there a size that post-graduate courses should not exceed? Pedagogical approaches that suit larger modules will be presented by ...
Explorations in Urban Design

Explorations in Urban Design

04 June 2014

Urban Design: ambiguous amalgam or unifiying force?