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Geographer, WLTM community organisation for fruitful research collaboration, GSOH essential

Geographer, WLTM community organisation for fruitful research collaboration, GSOH essential

Posted on 21 March 2018 by Anthony Ince

Hannah Pitt takes a light-hearted look at a Valentine's Day workshop discussing collaboration, community engagement, and the complex relationships that take place through engaged research processes. The nature of human […]

Ending rough sleeping in Wales

Ending rough sleeping in Wales

Posted on 2 March 2018 by Anthony Ince

What would it take to end rough sleeping in Wales? Dr Peter MacKie discusses some answers from his research and contributions to ongoing engagement with policy-makers.   Homelessness, particularly the […]

Riots as lenses on urban processes: the case of London 2011

Riots as lenses on urban processes: the case of London 2011

Posted on 14 February 2018 by Anthony Ince

Anthony Ince draws from ongoing fieldwork to explore the ways in which urban violence can tell us a lot about how cities are shaped and reshaped by contestation from below. […]

Radically conservative

Posted on 13 December 2017 by Anthony Ince

Günter Gassner explores the relations between radical and conservative approaches to design, through the lens of the 'London skyline'. London’s current tall building boom: more than 400 speculative towers will […]

Re-creating memorial landscape in Estonia: The case of the Victory Column in Tallinn

Re-creating memorial landscape in Estonia: The case of the Victory Column in Tallinn

Posted on 6 November 2017 by Anthony Ince

Federico Bellentani discusses the political significance of monumental architecture through the contested urban landscape of Talinn, Estonia. National elites in post-Soviet countries have often  used the built environment, monuments and […]

Citizen-centred engagement in the Well-being of Future Generations Act: a stretch too far?

Citizen-centred engagement in the Well-being of Future Generations Act: a stretch too far?

Posted on 9 October 2017 by Anthony Ince

Charlotte Ford, Andrew Kythreotis and Lorraine Whitmarsh discuss the possibilities and pitfalls of citizen engagement around the Well-being of Future Generations Act. It has become commonplace within academia and policy […]

Diverse cities and compliance with planning regulations: a challenge for urban planners

Diverse cities and compliance with planning regulations: a challenge for urban planners

Posted on 14 August 2017 by Anthony Ince

Neil Harris explores some of the challenges facing planners in London when dealing with unauthorised development in areas of high immigration. Global cities are characterised by their diversity, and immigration […]

Re-inventing regional policy: time for a new development model

Re-inventing regional policy: time for a new development model

Posted on 14 August 2017 by Anthony Ince

  Professor Kevin Morgan argues that while Wales has the most to lose when it comes to funding, Brexit presents an opportunity to lead the way and design a new […]