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Sir Peter Hall

Sir Peter Hall is Bartlett Professor of Urban Regeneration and Planning, University College London. He was awarded the RTPI Gold Medal in 2003, the International Balzan Foundation Prize for the Social and Cultural History of Cities since the beginning of the sixteenth century in 2005, the Sir Patrick Abercrombie Prize of the International Union of Architects in 2008, and the Regional Studies Prize in 2008 for his Overall Contribution to the Field of Regional Studies. He is author or editor of some forty books on urban and regional planning including Cities of Tomorrow of which a new edition is in preparation, Cities in Civilization, and (with Colin Ward) Sociable Cities also is also to appear in a new edition, while a new book, Good Cities, Better Lives: How Europe Discovered the Lost Art of Urbanism, will soon go into production.

David Banister

David Banister is Professor of Transport Studies at Oxford University, Fellow of St Anne's College and Director of the Transport Studies Unit in the School of Geography and the Environment. Until 2006, he was Professor of Transport Planning at University College London. He has also been Research Fellow at the Warren Centre in the University of Sydney (2001–2002) on the Sustainable Transport for a Sustainable City project, was Visiting VSB Professor at the Tinbergen Institute in Amsterdam (1994–1997), and Visiting Professor at the University of Bodenkultur in Vienna in 2007. He is currently the first Benelux BIVET-GIBET Transport Chair (2012–2013). His latest books are The Transport System and Transport Policy (2013) edited with Bert van Wee and Jan Anne Annema; Moving Towards Low Carbon Mobility (2013) edited with Moshi Givoni and Transport, Climate Change and the City (2013) authored with Robin Hickman.

Stephen Marshall

Stephen Marshall is Reader in Urban Morphology and Planning at the Bartlett School of Planning, University College London. Dr Marshall has over twenty years’ experience in the built environment fields, initially in consultancy and subsequently in academia. His principal research interests are in urban morphology and street layout, and their relationships with urban formative processes, including urban design, coding and planning. He has written or edited several books, including Streets and Patterns (2005), Land Use and Transport (with David Banister), Cities, Design and Evolution (2009) and Urban Coding and Planning (2011).


Pierre-Arnaud Barthel, Université Paris-Est, Marne-la-Vallée
Jeffrey W. Cody, Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles
Michael A. Cohen, New School University, New York City
Claire Colomb, University College London
Yasser Elsheshtawy, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain
Stephen Hamnett, University of South Australia, Adelaide
Louis Hellman, Architect, London
Robert Kloosterman, University of Amsterdam
Karin Krokfors, Krokfors Architects and Aalto University, Helsinki
R. Yin-Wang Kwok, University of Hawaii
David Lock, David Lock Associates, Milton Keynes
Roberto Moris, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Santiago
Lawrence J. Vale, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA

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