Cities Group PhD students
PhD students in the Cities Group include
Profiting from Pauperism? The Business of the New Poor Law in England and Wales 1834-c.1901
Constructing Design Values in Volume Housing Production
Re-Imaging London: global city planning and skyscraper development
Unveiling the eco-city phenomenon: is this the (urban) future?
Political transfer in urban policies
‘Part and Parcel of Planning’: Planning Gain, the Planning System and Property Development
The production of neoliberal urban public space: a comparative study of Canary Wharf, London and Potsdamer Platz, Berlin
Metropolitan and provincial circuits of education? Comparing classed pathways through changing institutional fields of education in Sheffield and London.
EU Cultural Policy, Place-Making and Contested Identities
'Post political change and urban renewal in Qingdao, Shandong Province, China'
Inclusive design, disability and sustainable communities
Gentfication limited: how Silver Lake in LA prevented post-pioneer gentrification of the neighborhood
Mobility of Expertise, the Construction of Identity, Place Making: on the Case of the Regeneration of the Urban Villages in the PRD, China
Seon Young Lee
Rights to the City: housing, gentrification, and urban regeneration
Creative Singapore: Paradoxes and Possibilities
Rural governance and social exclusion: the changing landscape of local government
Beyond Flowers: Contested Identities in New York City’s Community Gardens
Networks and social reproduction in a fragmented city: A comparison of three low-income neighbourhoods in Rio de Janeiro
Growing up in North Norwich: Influences of local neighbourhood and secondary school on young people during their teenage years
'The role of undocumented immigrants and urban change'
Carrie Van Lieshout
London's changing waterscapes: water management in eighteenth-century London
The role of art and artists in contesting gentrification in London and New York City
Defensible Space to DICE: tracing an idea as it moves from research into practice in the UK
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