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The Bartlett confirmed as built environment research heavyweight in the Government’s Research Excellence Framework

The Bartlett confirmed as built environment research heavyweight in the Government’s Research Excellence Framework

18 December 2014


The Bartlett has the most world-leading research in its field in the UK, according to the Government’s Research Excellence Framework (REF2014). As one of UCL’s ten faculties, The Bartlett’s performance ...
3x4 - Exploring metaspace platforms for inclusive future cities

3x4 - Exploring metaspace platforms for inclusive future cities

11 December 2014

In Indian megacities such as Delhi and Mumbai, more than 50% of the population lives in informal settlements. 3x4 metres is the plot size provided in some resettlement colonies, a government initiative which ...
If women built cities, what would our urban landscape look like?

If women built cities, what would our urban landscape look like?

Bartlett academics Yasminah Beebeejaun, Kate Henderson and Caren Levy were interviewed in a recent article on gender and planning which appeared in the Guardian.
'Picturing Place' on Guardian Cities

'Picturing Place' on Guardian Cities

Today marks the launch of an exciting new Guardian Cities series on urban images authored by Ben Campkin (UCL), Mariana Mogilevich (Princeton) and Rebecca Ross (Central Saint Martins).
BSP students explore south Blackpool regeneration

BSP students explore south Blackpool regeneration

Thirty MSc students from The Bartlett School of Planning are examining how improvements to the South Fylde railway line could benefit the area around Blackpool South station.

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Place effects on migrants’ settlement intention in urban China

Place effects on migrants’ settlement intention in urban China

14 January 2015


Speaker: Dr Wenfei Winnie Wang, Lecturer, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol
Planning for London’s Tech City

Planning for London’s Tech City

20 January 2015

Dr Max Nathan
The What Works Centre for Local Economic Growth and Spatial Economics Research Centre, London School of Economics and Political Science
Housing Inequalities and the 1%

Housing Inequalities and the 1%

29 January 2015

Within the last year housing prices have risen in London by roughly 20%. Rents have also risen to new highs of £770 a month on average, £1162 in London, increasing at one point ...