The Power of Plans podcasts - Shenzhen, Dublin and New York
In a mini-series of podcasts, guest editors Wray & Natarajan join podcast guru Sam Stafford and three case study authors from the Special Issue on the Power of Plans.
By Ian Wray & Lucy Natarajan 30 Aug 2023
Unravelling the relationship between urban planning and public health
Urban Planning & Public Health' Guest Editors introduce the enormously relevant articles and themes of Special Issue 49 (1).
By Heeseo Rain Kwon, Kathy Pain, Cecilia Wong and Caglar Koksal 13 Aug 2023
Domestic Destruction: Violent Acts towards Self-Built Homes in Cairo and Los Angeles
This blog ‘Domestic Destruction’ on the violence around housing builds on the framings of violence in issue 40(3) Urban Violence and 37(1) Informal Urbanism, both guest-edited by our very own Editorial Board member, Yasser Elsheshtawy. Blog authors, University of Columbia Graduates Polina Stepanova (MArch) and Catherine...
By Polina Stepanova & Catherine Weilein 24 Jul 2023
Surge Webinar: Public Spaces of the Global North & South
HOSTING THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT SPECIAL ISSUE: PUBLIC SPACES OF THE GLOBAL NORTH AND SOUTH In 2023, the Southern Urbanism Research Group Ensemble (SURGE) continues with its webinar series. This series brings together Southern scholars, practitioners and activists from the global South. Date: 08/06/2023 – Time 8.00 Mexico...
By Karina Landman & Christine Mady 18 May 2023
An engine for ‘The Power of Plans’
John Walls reflects on Wray and Natarajan’s editorial, from the latest issue on the Power of Plans, and envisions an engine for change.
By John Walls, MRICS (Rtd) and MRTPI (Rtd) 23 Feb 2023
The Plans That Work
Ian Wray and Lucy Natarajan present issue 48(4) on the Power of Plans, and the Tri-Structure that helps explains impactful strategies.
By Ian Wray (Heseltine Institute) & Lucy Natarajan (UCL) 13 Jan 2023
Urban Science for augmented cities
What is Urban Science? How does urban science differ from other kinds of science, or other kinds of urban knowledge? And how could urban science help support understanding of urban fields including the built environment? Prof Stephen Marshall explains in this blog.
By Stephen Marshall 23 Nov 2022
A waltz or a tango? Public spaces in the Global North and South
In this blog Karina Landman and Christine Mady – guest editors of 48.2 Public Spaces in the Global North and South – reflect on the global diversity urban public space, and the back and forth of the social partners as they ‘dance’.
By Karina Landman and Christine Mady 5 Sep 2022
For better or for worse? Electric Scooter sharing business models
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.
By Heidi Auvinen, Anu Tuominen & Henna Sundqvist-Andberg 4 Mar 2022
Will Covid-19 change the way we live in our cities?
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 .
By Stefania Fiorentino, & Philip Allmendinger 4 Nov 2021