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Six BSP Staff Nominated for UCLU Student Choice Teaching Awards

Six BSP Staff Nominated for UCLU Student Choice Teaching Awards

08 May 2015

We are delighted to announce that six members of academic staff from the Bartlett School of Planning have been recognised for their continued contribution to Outstanding TeachingOustanding Personal Support and Outstanding Researcher ...
SmallWorld Urbanism Thrives Under the Impetus of Bartlett Students

SmallWorld Urbanism Thrives Under the Impetus of Bartlett Students

07 May 2015

SmallWorld Urbanism is a company created by former and current students of Bartlett School of Planning, which has been slowly building up in to a community focused planning, design and engagement organisation working ...
IPF Commissions New Research into International Liquidity

IPF Commissions New Research into International Liquidity

Following a competitive tendering process, the Bartlett School of Planning's Professor Pat McAllister and Dr Nicola Livingstone have been appointed by the Investment Property Forum (IPF) to investigate how liquidity varies across ...
TfL names London Overground train in honour of Sir Peter Hall

TfL names London Overground train in honour of Sir Peter Hall

In recognition of his contribution to London's transport infrastructure, Transport for London has dedicated a London Overground train in honour of the late Sir Peter Hall. 

How to Build a City in 10 Simple Steps

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.

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 ...

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Rethinking Transport Appraisal - Critically Examining the Current Approaches

Rethinking Transport Appraisal - Critically Examining the Current Approaches

01 June 2015

Chair: Dr Robin Hickman (Bartlett School of Planning, UCL)
UCL ISR Public Lecture: 'Transition to the green economy – a business perspective' by John Cridland CBE, Director-General, CBI

UCL ISR Public Lecture: 'Transition to the green economy – a business perspective' by John Cridland CBE, Director-General, CBI

02 June 2015

In his speech on 2nd June, CBI director-general John Cridland will set out business’ vision for the UK’s energy future and what the new Government can do to get us there. This ...
World Oceans Day: Realising the Potential of Our Oceans and Coasts

World Oceans Day: Realising the Potential of Our Oceans and Coasts

08 June 2015

Oceans and coasts are foundations of our well-being and economic prosperity. Oceans produce half of the oxygen we breathe and absorb 30% of the carbon dioxide emitted by human activity. Marine and coastal ...
Joint Lecture by UCL ISR, UCL-Energy & UKERC: Can innovation reconcile energy and climate change aspirations?

Joint Lecture by UCL ISR, UCL-Energy & UKERC: Can innovation reconcile energy and climate change aspirations?

09 June 2015

Current energy technologies available to the market at scale are not capable of reducing CO2 emissions to levels compatible with achieving the UNFCCC goal of limiting global warming to 2°C. The ...
Rethinking Transport Appraisal - Developing the Approaches to Transport Appraisal

Rethinking Transport Appraisal - Developing the Approaches to Transport Appraisal

09 July 2015

Chair: Professor Peter Jones (Centre for Transport Studies, UCL)
Announcement: First International SEAHA Conference

Announcement: First International SEAHA Conference

14 - 15 July 2015

This is the first international SEAHA conference on heritage science research, innovation and best practice in the interpretation, conservation and management of cultural heritage. Heritage science is a cross-disciplinary field connecting science and ...
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