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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 - 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.

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.

Social Sciences - Architecture - 16.03.2022

Architecture - Campus - 11.03.2022

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 - 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) .

Environment - Architecture - 15.09.2021
The energy researcher who wants to build better to consume less
Against a global backdrop of rising energy demands and finite resources, Rihab Khalid set out to understand how buildings can become more energy efficient.

History / Archeology - Architecture - 19.01.2021
Opinion: Empty cities have long been a post-apocalyptic trope - now, they are a reality
Lecturer Paul Dobraszczyk (UCL Bartlett School of Architecture) uses the emptiness of the Covid-19 lockdown to explore what 'dead cities' represent to us in film, literature and real life.

Campus - Architecture - 18.12.2020

Campus - Architecture - 18.11.2020
Can one iconic UCL building really say so much about who we are?
PhD candidate Annamaria Dall'Anese shares how the Introductory Programme prompted her to think about what our academic spaces say about UCL's past, and how we can shape their future.

Architecture - 25.01.2020

Architecture - 09.09.2019

Environment - Architecture - 28.06.2019
Sowing seeds for timber skyscrapers can rewind the carbon footprint of the concrete industry
Sowing seeds for timber skyscrapers can rewind the carbon footprint of the concrete industry
The Centre for Natural Material Innovation exhibited their proposals for timber skyscrapers at the Royal Society's Summer Science Exhibition.

Event - Architecture - 24.05.2019

Architecture - History / Archeology - 28.02.2018

Architecture - 15.02.2018

Art and Design - Architecture - 05.02.2018

Architecture - Environment - 22.01.2018
E-Genie tool could grant energy saving wishes for businesses
A new monitoring tool for businesses has been developed by researchers at the University of Nottingham to help reduce energy use and cut costs. The e-Genie tool is an energy feedback system created by researchers at the University of Nottingham's school of Psychology and Horizon Digital Economy Institute with the purpose of engaging staff with energy data and supporting them to take action to reduce energy use.
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