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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.
BSP alumna awarded prestigious RTPI commendation

BSP alumna awarded prestigious RTPI commendation

21 April 2015


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 ...
Five Radical Ideas for a Better Planning System

Five Radical Ideas for a Better Planning System

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 ...
Bartlett-JustSpace workshop shows how the collaboration between university and communities can help getting neighbourhood planning off the ground

Bartlett-JustSpace workshop shows how the collaboration between university and communities can help getting neighbourhood planning off the ground

Organised by the Bartlett School of Planning and Just Space this event brought together over 60 participants from London’s neighbourhood forums, London and Tower Hamlets Tenants Federation, practitioners, students and researchers from ...

Bartlett School of Planning student a finalist in Mayor of London's Low Carbon Entrepreneur competition

Working together with Ali Stephens and Linda Royles, Louis' 'Gaia Gallery' project is based in a heritage canal boat and aims to create the UK’s first entirely off-grid touring event space. The ...

Special open access Peter Hall issue of Built Environment published

Today the latest issue of Built Environment, published by Alexandrine Press, becomes available with full open access on Ingentaconnect:

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UCL-Energy Seminar: 'New frontiers in applying social and material perspectives to research on energy consumption and savings' with Professor Harold Wilhite University of Oslo's Centre for Development and Environment

UCL-Energy Seminar: 'New frontiers in applying social and material perspectives to research on energy consumption and savings' with Professor Harold Wilhite University of Oslo's Centre for Development and Environment

28 April 2015

Efforts to theorize and encourage reductions in energy consumption and carbon emissions suffer from overly simplistic models of change. Both theory and policy have most often focused on one of the following to ...
The Bartlett Student Communications Group

The Bartlett Student Communications Group

29 April 2015



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

Dr. Franziska Hasselmann
Director of Studies, Executive Program in Managing Infrastructure Assets
University of St. Gallen (HSG)
BBC documentary lecture: The Hidden Connections

BBC documentary lecture: The Hidden Connections

30 April 2015

Interested in being involved in a BBC documentary?
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 ...
The Politics of HS2: UK’s next proposed fast train project 

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

20 May 2015

Prof. John Tomaney
Bartlett School of Planning, UCL
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