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Research students

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  • Claudia Carter

    Reader in Environmental Governance / Associate Professor

    Claudia is Associate Professor in the field of interdisciplinary environmental research and environmental governance. Her research relates to climate change and sustainability adopting social-ecological systems thinking/approaches. Her main areas of interest are the opportunities and barriers to 'low-impact' living and the...

  • Emma Love

    Senior Lecturer Building Surveying

    Emma Love is a Senior Lecturer and teaches on the  Building Surveying course as well as a variety of other modules on other undergraduate programmes within the faculty. Emma has a long association with Birmingham City University having taken both her own HNC Construction and Building Surveying degree here. She also has links...

  • Amanda Mundell

    Senior Lecturer

    Amanda is a Senior Lecturer in the  School of Engineering and the Built Environment  and teaches on post-graduate and undergraduate programmes. Her teaching experience is supported by 2:1 law degree (specialising in Planning and Environmental Law), a post-graduate professional qualification (Legal Practice Course), along...

  • Nicki Schiessel Harvey

    Senior Lecturer in Built Environment & Director of Student Recruitment

    Nicki is an environmental planning professional-turned-academic. Her research focuses on changing values of inland waterways and how values are incorporated into policy decision-making. She also has a passion for supporting student transition into Higher Education and leads on student recruitment and induction within the...

  • Simeon Shtebunaev

    Doctoral researcher

    Simeon's PhD research revolves around planning strategies for youth participation in the co-production of future cities and democratising power relations in smart cities’ agendas.

  • Wil Vincent

    Assistant Lecturer

    Wil Vincent is an Assistant Lecturer in the Built Environment, having graduated from both our undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Planning at Birmingham City University. He is Programme Leader for the Faculty’s Generalist Degree programmes, offering remedial support to student to maximise their chance for successes on...

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Tim Lewis

Doctoral researcher

Tim’s PhD research focuses on post-war high-rise housing, particularly in Birmingham, linking with Peter Larkham’s work on post-war reconstruction.  His work in local and national archives  has revealed new insights into the use of system building, and the previously-underemphasised role of municipal architects in designing and managing these projects.

Veronica Barry

Doctoral researcher

Veronica is working on the relationship between spatial planning, food policy and health & wellbeing.  She has studied the Black Country boroughs of Dudley and Sandwell, and neighbouring Solihull, in detail and is exploring food planning as a system, rather than the previous dominant focus on individual projects.  Projects are ephemeral, often spurred by particular individuals and fading when they leave: but the need for food security is permanent.

Paul Hobden

Doctoral researcher

Paul is working on planning and development in the post-war period, focusing particularly on Northampton, a project he developed with the late Professor Sir Peter Hall at UCL.

Almabrok Alakhal

Doctoral researcher

Almabrok is studying urban design and conservation in the historic core of Tripoli, Libya.  Political, social and legislative changes have led to the abandonment, decay and destruction of numerous buildings in this ancient city, and consideration of its better management is overdue.

Marina Cervera Alonso de Medina

Doctoral researcher

Marina is exploring how landscape approaches inform urban landscape planning and design and vice versa, particularly in the context of the New Urban Agenda and the delivery of sustainable development agendas.