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Educating about Sustainable Cities

Educating about Sustainable Cities

22 August 2014

The BSP's Prof Yvonne Rydin, Dr Susan Moore and PhD student Brian Garcia have published an article in the journal AREA, where they make pedagogic recommendations for teaching students about sustainable cities.
John Tomaney: "English cities are weak compared to cities around the world"

John Tomaney: "English cities are weak compared to cities around the world"

Ben Harrison from Centre for Cities talks to Prof John Tomaney from the Bartlett School of Planning at UCL about combining redistribution with devolution, London’s dependence on other cities, and how to ...
A tribute to Professor Sir Peter Hall (1932-2014)

A tribute to Professor Sir Peter Hall (1932-2014)

Today we received with sadness the news of the passing of our dear colleague, friend, and outstanding planner and academic, Professor Sir Peter Hall.

Lucy Natarajan advises on Council of Europe Nafplion Declaration

The Bartlett School of Planning's Dr Lucy Natarajan has played a key role in the development of a resolution on the role of participatory democracy in spatial planning which was recently adopted ...

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The future of UK social infrastructure - a Mace/The Bartlett workshop

The future of UK social infrastructure - a Mace/The Bartlett workshop

04 September 2014

The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment and Mace are collaborating in hosting a workshop on the future of built infrastructure for social services in the UK, including education, healthcare, and ...
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