So how resilient is the electricity system in the UK? It depends in which part you’re looking at…
What is inclusive design? Are we doing enough to enable the sensory-impaired to enjoy public spaces and buildings? Briony Turner and Kay Pallaris find out more.
Nicole Metje outlines the complex issues of underground infrastructure – out of sight, but not out of mind…
TfL’s George Weeks explains how and why London’s latest mapping exercise came to be, and why it covers more than just the Underground.
Briony Turner investigates the difference between the design and measured energy performance of buildings.
Why would you write a blog? How can you possibly explain all of your work in so few words? Tanya Wilkins explains all.
Dr Layla McCay, Director of the Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health, reflects on the first of our feeling good in public spaces dialogues.
Researchers will be the focus of the next round of EPSRC data policy compliance testing.
Focus on sectoral approaches to climate risks and solutions can overlook wider implications of impacts and adaptation, such as opportunities and trade-offs with other sectors.
Christopher Boyko asks if the urban nature of our society can help us to share more? And can that help us in times of need?