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  1. Unclear whether there is a need for Ireland-Scotland bridge or tunnel …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/mar/unclear-whether-there-need-ireland-scotland-bridge-or-tunnel

    30 Mar 2020: Whilst much of the focus is on the technical challenges of a crossing between Ireland and Scotland, more time should be spent discussing the strategic need for the project, especially given the eye-watering cost, argues Professor Harry Dimitriou

    Whilst much of the focus is on the technical challenges of a crossing between Ireland and Scotland, more time should be spent discussing the strategic need for the project, especially given the eye-watering cost, argues Professor Harry Dimitriou (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

  2. South Korea coronavirus control due to acceptance of surveillance |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/mar/south-korea-coronavirus-control-due-acceptance-surveillance

    20 Mar 2020: South Korea has been so effective at halting the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus not just because of testing, but also because citizens are willing to accept extreme levels of surveillance, argues Dr Jung Won Son (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

    South Korea has been so effective at halting the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus not just because of testing, but also because citizens are willing to accept extreme levels of surveillance, argues Dr Jung Won Son (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

  3. House building boost hints at council housing comeback | UCL News -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/feb/house-building-boost-hints-council-housing-comeback

    24 Feb 2020: The findings of a study led by Dr Janice Morphet (UCL Bartlett School of Planning), which found that councils in England had built or acquired more than 13,000 homes over a period of 12 months, are cited in a feature about a surge in council housing

    The findings of a study led by Dr Janice Morphet (UCL Bartlett School of Planning), which found that councils in England had built or acquired more than 13,000 homes over a period of 12 months, are cited in a feature about a surge in council housing construction.

  4. Should local authorities be the developers? | UCL News - UCL -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/feb/should-local-authorities-be-developers

    21 Feb 2020: In a discussion about the UK’s housing shortage, with a particular focus on affordable homes, Dr Janice Morphet (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) speaks about whether local authorities should become developers themselves.

    In a discussion about the UK’s housing shortage, with a particular focus on affordable homes, Dr Janice Morphet (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) speaks about whether local authorities should become developers themselves.

  5. More opportunity for manufacturing in south than north | UCL News -…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/jan/more-opportunity-manufacturing-south-north

    27 Jan 2020: Professor John Tomaney (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) explains how manufacturing opportunities are greater in the south-east than the north-east. He also comments that we are witnessing “slow attrition of manufacturing jobs” in the regions.

    Professor John Tomaney (UCL Bartlett School of Planning) explains how manufacturing opportunities are greater in the south-east than the north-east. He also comments that we are witnessing “slow attrition of manufacturing jobs” in the regions.

  6. Many housing estates “not meeting the basic requirements for…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2020/jan/many-housing-estates-not-meeting-basic-requirements-civilised-living

    20 Jan 2020: New housing schemes across the country have serious design flaws and don’t meet the basic requirements “that we should expect in a country like our own,” finds a new report led by Professor Matthew Carmona (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

    New housing schemes across the country have serious design flaws and don’t meet the basic requirements “that we should expect in a country like our own,” finds a new report led by Professor Matthew Carmona (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

  7. Infrastructure investment not enough to bridge economic divide | UCL…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/dec/infrastructure-investment-not-enough-bridge-economic-divide

    17 Dec 2019: Infrastructure investment isn’t enough to reduce regional economic divisions and the government should instead focus on smaller forms of intervention including funding public health programmes and schools, argues Professor John Tomaney (UCL

    Infrastructure investment isn’t enough to reduce regional economic divisions and the government should instead focus on smaller forms of intervention including funding public health programmes and schools, argues Professor John Tomaney (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

  8. London councils should take control of privately owned public spaces…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/nov/london-councils-should-take-control-privately-owned-public-spaces

    20 Nov 2019: “Privately owned public spaces in the city have the potential to add huge value to the lives of Londoners, but at the same time our rights as citizens need to be guaranteed," argues Professor Matthew Carmona (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

    “Privately owned public spaces in the city have the potential to add huge value to the lives of Londoners, but at the same time our rights as citizens need to be guaranteed," argues Professor Matthew Carmona (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

  9. Local authorities building more houses than we think | UCL News - UCL …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/oct/local-authorities-building-more-houses-we-think

    29 Oct 2019: Whilst the 300,000 homes we need each year aren’t being built, 13,000 were built by councils last year, indicating “the beginning of a slow and gentle revolution,” explains Dr Janice Morphet (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

    Whilst the 300,000 homes we need each year aren’t being built, 13,000 were built by councils last year, indicating “the beginning of a slow and gentle revolution,” explains Dr Janice Morphet (UCL Bartlett School of Planning).

  10. Cancellation of “African Manhattan” due to lack of affordable homes | …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/headlines/2019/oct/cancellation-african-manhattan-due-lack-affordable-homes

    24 Oct 2019: Plans for a Johannesburg city district put forward by a Chinese developer were rejected due to a lack of affordable housing in the plans, with “the failure of the project…never really publicly announced,” explains Dr Frances Brill (UCL

    Plans for a Johannesburg city district put forward by a Chinese developer were rejected due to a lack of affordable housing in the plans, with “the failure of the project…never really publicly announced,” explains Dr Frances Brill (UCL Bartlett School of Planning)

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