The Bartlett School of Planning is a world centre for learning and research about the form, planning, design and management of cities. Our location, history and expertise have made our programmes and research among the most stimulating and sought-after in the field of planning.
We are part of The Bartlett: UCL's global faculty of the built environment.
Education: PPE (mostly economics and statistics) in Oxford 1961-4 and then Town Planning at UCL 1964-6. Employed in Nathaniel Lichfield and Associates and in that capacity worked on the Milton Keynes Master Plan, other new settlements, retail schemes and cost benefit analysis. Joined the UCL staff in 1969.
Works on relationship between property markets and planning, mainly in UK and Europe. Active on London planning, most recently supporting community groups in challenges to the 2009 and Draft Replacement London Plan (supported by UCL Public Engagement Unit) [ more ] Leverhulme Emeritus Fellowship focuses on the land and housing crisis in the UK, working with Bob Colenutt (University of Northampton) [ more ]
Sustainable cities and regeneration, although both terms have lost much of their meaning