Contributors to the special issue on micromobility, Henna Sundqvist-Andberg, Anu Tuominen and Heidi Auvinen, reflect on how electric scooters, sharing business models and their role in sustainable urban mobility.
4 Mar 2022
Stefania Fiorentino, & Philip Allmendinger, from the Department of Land Economy at the University of Cambridge, reflect on the latest issue of Built Environment and their own work on planning cities post-Covid-19 .
4 Nov 2021
Deike Peters introduces her guest edited issue on Playscapes. Given the past year of zoom gloom and excessive time spent indoors, she asks what exactly constitutes an optimal outdoor playscape and what are the implications of todays urban and suburban environments?
30 Aug 2021
Guest Editors, Nanke Verloo & Diane E. Davis explain how the themes of their special issues (47.1) on Conflict & Urban Change, and are of increasing relevance today.
16 May 2021
This piece Dr Hee Sun Choi is a lecturer at Hong Kong Design Institute and co-director of CHOI-COMER ASIA in Hong Kong Inspired by 43.2 'public space & urban justice' & 44.1 'inclusive design', she presents a series of studies about urban public space in Hong Kong. She presents findings from a study of over 160...
14 Mar 2021
Jorge Gil, guest editor of the latest issue of Built Environment, takes a fresh look at the topic of City Information Modelling (CIM) from the perspective of digital planning for sustainable smart cities.
17 Feb 2021
El artículo '': Estrategias del sur para desafiar los límites de la planificación – publicado en Realizing Participation: People Plans, & Places (issue 45.2) y nominado y preseleccionado para el premio AESOP Best Published Paper Award 2020 – ha despertado creciente interés entre planificadores y profesionales...
17 Dec 2020
Dr Chia-Lin Chen introduces Issue 46.3, and the study of international HSR cases.
17 Dec 2020
Jorge Gil, Guest Editor of the latest issue of Built Environment Vol 46.4 on City Information Modelling (or CIM), reflects on lessons for CIM from the current pandemic and beyond.
26 Nov 2020
Nils Fearnley, Institute of Transport Economics, Oslo, Norway, is calling for contributions to a special issue that will investigate how new forms of micromobility impact the city, its land use and transport system, and occupation of space. Details in this blog.
17 Nov 2020