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Iqbal Hamiduddin participates in Grand Designs Live

Iqbal Hamiduddin participates in Grand Designs Live

16 October 2014

Together with Channel 4 Grand Designs presenter Kevin McCloud and self–build guru Ted Stevens, Iqbal Hamiduddin – BSP Lecturer in Transport Planning and Housing –was a judge for the 2014 ‘Self-Build on a ...
The BSP raise over £500 for Planning Aid

The BSP raise over £500 for Planning Aid

13 October 2014

Earlier this year eleven brave male members of staff from The BSP staff took part in a beard growing competition in aid of charity.  More than £500 was raised for Planning Aid, a ...
Auckland as a "hyperautomobile" city

Auckland as a "hyperautomobile" city

The BSP's Dr Robin Hickman and the University of Oxford's Prof. David Banister have published an article in the Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning (16, 419-435), titled Hyperautomobility and Governmentality ...
Peter Rees wins College of Estate Management Property Award

Peter Rees wins College of Estate Management Property Award

Peter Wynne Rees, recently appointed Professor of Places and City Planning at The Bartlett School of Planning, has been awarded the prestigious 2014 Property Award.

UCL Institute for Global Prosperity launches two new events series

Renowned social anthropologist Professor Henrietta Moore, head of the newly formed UCL Institute for Global Prosperity, opens up the debate on the most pressing challenge of our age – achieving long-term prosperity for the ...

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Cities Methodologies 2014

Cities Methodologies 2014

28 - 31 October 2014

Join UCL Urban Laboratory for an exhibition of innovative urban research and specially curated events exploring cities from artists, academics and independent researchers worldwide. 
Soundbites: what is a sustainable state of mind?

Soundbites: what is a sustainable state of mind?

30 October 2014

Professor David Tuckett, Director of the UCL Centre of Decision-Making Uncertainty and Fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalysis in London, leads the second Soundbite event this year, asking ‘What is a sustainable state ...
Governing the Ungovernable Metropolis

Governing the Ungovernable Metropolis

30 October 2014

The first in a series of special lectures at The Bartlett School of Planning, Patrick Le Gales opens the series on the 30th October 2014 with a lecture on governing the ungovernable metropolis.
Critical Geographies of Urban Infrastructure

Critical Geographies of Urban Infrastructure

06 - 07 November 2014

http://urban-geography.org.uk 
UCL Global Prosperity Seminar: Foundational economy and the challenge of prosperity

UCL Global Prosperity Seminar: Foundational economy and the challenge of prosperity

13 November 2014

In the first of the UCL Global Prosperity Seminar series, organised by the recently launched UCL Institute for Global Prosperity, Professor Karel Williams hosts a seminar on the foundational economy and its role ...
Too Late for Utopia?

Too Late for Utopia?

17 November 2014

Britain faces extraordinary challenges, from climate change to growing inequality and global economics, but as a nation it has no plan for the future. In a special BSP public lecture, Kate Henderson and ...
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