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Architecture - Event - 13.02.2024
Consent granted for £7.6m transformation of Manchester’s neo-Gothic icon

Architecture - 12.02.2024
MyCampus is now live: A new way to report issues in UCL's buildings
MyCampus is now live: A new way to report issues in UCL’s buildings
The MyCampus system is now live. Staff and students should use MyCampus to report maintenance issues and track progress in most UCL buildings - read on to find out more.

Architecture - 12.02.2024
How to report issues in UCL's buildings
How to report issues in UCL’s buildings

Architecture - 05.02.2024
Supporting students who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness
Supporting students who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness
If you are an enrolled student and are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, support is available to help you find somewhere to live.

Architecture - 02.02.2024
New system for reporting issues in UCL's buildings to be launched
New system for reporting issues in UCL’s buildings to be launched

Architecture - 01.02.2024
UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence International Advisory Board to address global housing challenges
UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence International Advisory Board to address global housing challenges

Architecture - Event - 22.01.2024
UCL visiting professor receives top architecture honour
UCL visiting professor receives top architecture honour

Architecture - 08.01.2024
BA Architecture field trip to London Road Fire Station

Architecture - Event - 20.12.2023
Architecture design tutor helps kids light up Soho, London for Christmas
Architecture design tutor helps kids light up Soho, London for Christmas

Architecture - 23.11.2023
Postgraduate taught students: make sure your home address is up to dateá
Postgraduate taught students: make sure your home address is up to dateá

Architecture - 14.11.2023
UCL fire safety reminder: Christmas and festive decorations
UCL fire safety reminder: Christmas and festive decorations

Architecture - 06.11.2023
Reporting building issues: New system launched in six UCL buildings
Reporting building issues: New system launched in six UCL buildings
The MyCampus system pilot is now live in six buildings, ahead of being rolled out across UCL. Staff and students can report maintenance issues, track progress and feed back on how the system is working. What do I need to know?áá MyCampus is an integrated workplace management system (IWMS), of the type used by many large organisations, which provides a single source of truth for all Estates data to inform decision-making on the operational requirements of UCL's estate.

Architecture - 24.10.2023
Experts create model of Royal Albert Hall for their archive collection

Architecture - 23.10.2023
New Blog Sheds Light on Challenges in Delivering Modular Housing to Tackle the UK Housing Crisis
New Blog Sheds Light on Challenges in Delivering Modular Housing to Tackle the UK Housing Crisis

Environment - Architecture - 20.10.2023
Bath's Net Zero Carbon planning policy likely to drive more efficient buildings and cut energy bills
Bath’s Net Zero Carbon planning policy likely to drive more efficient buildings and cut energy bills
University of Bath researchers have analysed the first six months of a new net zero carbon planning policy in Bath & North East Somerset Published on Friday 20 October 2023 Last updated on Tuesday 24 October 2023 The UK's first Net Zero Carbon planning policy is likely to establish significant carbon savings in new buildings and reduce energy bills for occupants, a study has found.

Architecture - 16.10.2023
Billions of birds collide with glass buildings - but architecture has solutions
Billions of birds collide with glass buildings - but architecture has solutions

Architecture - Health - 04.10.2023
Building more social and affordable housing could save UK government ú1.5 billion a year
Building more social and affordable housing could save UK government £1.5 billion a year

Architecture - 01.08.2023
Opinion: ’The second staircase is a knee-jerk reaction to Grenfell’

Architecture - 28.07.2023
How to avoid housing scams in your search for student accommodation
How to avoid housing scams in your search for student accommodation
At UCL, we understand the concern around securing safe, reliable, and legitimate accommodation. As your housing search begins, you will see plenty of great options.

Architecture - 13.07.2023
Update on security consultation process
Update on security consultation process
An update from Ian Dancy, UCL's Executive Director of Operations, with the latest news on UCL's security consultation process and details of drop-in sessions for staff.

Architecture - 05.07.2023
Opinion: The UK’s housing market is hurting everyone. Time to rethink the whole thing

Architecture - Environment - 21.06.2023
Victoria Embankment stones repurposed for new circular materials experience
Victoria Embankment stones repurposed for new circular materials experience
To prompt discussion about the circular economy and celebrate the role of stone in the City of London's creation, 58 granite blocks from London's Victoria Embankment on the Thames have been relocated throughout the City, as part of a project designed by UCL architects.

Architecture - History / Archeology - 23.05.2023
Exhibition explores ancient Ukrainian egalitarian city
Exhibition explores ancient Ukrainian egalitarian city
An exhibition at the Venice Architecture Biennale exploring the concept of cities and urbanism through the lens of a 6,000-year-old Ukrainian archaeological site was developed by a UCL researcher with the Forensic Architecture group at Goldsmiths University.

Architecture - 21.04.2023
Takeáthe UCL Student Housing Experience Survey
Takeáthe UCL Student Housing Experience Survey

Architecture - 20.04.2023
Spotlight on... Professor Nick Gallent
Spotlight on... Professor Nick Gallent

Architecture - 14.04.2023
Alternative accommodation for UCL students
Alternative accommodation for UCL students
Information, resources and upcoming events during Housing Week 2023 (9-12 May) to help you find alternative accommodation if you don't live in UCL Halls of Residence.

Architecture - Research Management - 23.03.2023
Manchester School of Architecture ranked 5th in the world

Architecture - Environment - 12.03.2023
Architects set to share low-carbon building design expertise on India roadshow
Architects set to share low-carbon building design expertise on India roadshow
Design experts set to visit New Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai to share low-carbon, climate resilient building design ideas and tools University of Bath architecture experts will embark on a roadshow acro

Social Sciences - Architecture - 14.02.2023
Young people say what they want for the place where they live
Young people say what they want for the place where they live

Architecture - Social Sciences - 02.02.2023
Exhibition corrects myth that demolished Brutalist housing estate was unpopular with its residents

Environment - Architecture - 14.12.2022
University of Bath and B&NES partner on ambitious sustainable construction policies
University of Bath and B&NES partner on ambitious sustainable construction policies
University experts will monitor, analyse and investigate the implementation and industry response to new sustainable building policies.

Environment - Architecture - 13.12.2022
Analysis: One in four homes is 'hard to decarbonise'
Analysis: One in four homes is ’hard to decarbonise’
Dr Rokia Raslan (UCL Bartlett School Environment, Energy & Resources), with Aimee Ambrose at Sheffield Hallam University, warns in The Conversation that a quarter of houses worldwide are classified as "hard to decarbonise" using conventional energy efficiency upgrades.

Architecture - Environment - 11.11.2022
Lord Norman Foster returns to Manchester for inspirational lecture

Architecture - 21.10.2022
Active Buildings research paper wins CIBSE award
New code for smart buildings would help move toward sustainable smart energy grid A research paper that sets out a design code for -active buildings- that would reduce emissions by using energy strategically and even feed power back into the grid has won an award.

History / Archeology - Architecture - 05.10.2022
University of Glasgow creates knitting patterns based on its iconic architecture

Environment - Architecture - 13.09.2022
IGOLO launches the UK’s first sustainable marketplace for home renovation products and design

Architecture - 08.09.2022
Announcement of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Architecture - 09.06.2022
UCL apologises and takes action following investigation into the Bartlett School of Architecture
UCL apologises and takes action following investigation into the Bartlett School of Architecture
UCL has today apologised to both current and former students and staff who have been subjected to a culture of unacceptable behaviour at the Bartlett School of Architecture and is taking immediate action following the outcome of an independent investigation. In October 2021, UCL commissioned Howlett Brown to carry out an independent investigation following reports and concerns raised by current and former students and staff relating to the culture, educational practices and environment at the Bartlett School of Architecture (the BSA) over decades.

Architecture - 12.05.2022
First UK-wide evaluation since 2014 confirms University of Manchester is a research powerhouse
First UK-wide evaluation since 2014 confirms University of Manchester is a research powerhouse

Architecture - Social Sciences - 01.04.2022
Opinion: The metaverse doesn't look as disruptive as it should, it looks ordinary - here's why
Opinion: The metaverse doesn’t look as disruptive as it should, it looks ordinary - here’s why

Social Sciences - Architecture - 16.03.2022
Children’s views to drive a better future for their community

Architecture - Campus - 11.03.2022
Seven Questions with... Mia Dibe
Seven Questions with... Mia Dibe

Event - Architecture - 02.03.2022
Cardiff University opens newly refurbished Bute Building

History / Archeology - Architecture - 01.03.2022
Road radar to reveal York’s Roman secrets
The biggest investigation ever undertaken into Eboracum, the Roman city buried beneath York, is set to begin this summer.

Architecture - Administration - 14.02.2022
Addis Ababa yet to meet the needs of residents: what has to change
Addis Ababa yet to meet the needs of residents: what has to change
With an estimated population of more than 3.7 million people , Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, is home to about a quarter of Ethiopia's urban population.

Architecture - Social Sciences - 28.01.2022
Opinion: How anarchist architecture could help us build back better after COVID
Opinion: How anarchist architecture could help us build back better after COVID

Architecture - Social Sciences - 28.01.2022
How anarchist architecture could help us build back better after COVID
How anarchist architecture could help us build back better after COVID

Architecture - 28.01.2022
Opinion: urban planning is being weaponised in Jerusalem
Opinion: urban planning is being weaponised in Jerusalem
In a piece published by The Conversation, Professor Haim Yacobi (Bartlett Development Planning Unit at UCL) and Dr Irit Katz, from the University of Cambridge, argue that the tools of urban planning are being used to reinforce Israeli dominance of a contested city.

Architecture - 04.01.2022
New Report Tracks Impact of Short-Term Lets in Manchester Neighbourhoods
A new report raises concerns about the proliferation of Airbnb and other short-term letting platforms (STLs) in the city and its effects on local residents.

Architecture - 10.12.2021
Housing for people living with dementia must reflect their specific needs - finds new Greater Manchester report
The lives of people living with dementia in Greater Manchester, alongside carers and loved ones, can be improved through better access to housing that reflects the changing needs and diversity of the population, according to the finding of a new report published today (Friday 10 December) .
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