WARP was commended in the recent RTPI awards

Royal Town Planning Institute


We're committed to developing projects with local partners in order to deliver benefits for local communities, generate high quality scholarship and enrich student experience.

Westfield Action Research Project (WARP)

WARP involves staff and students in the Department working with residents of Westfield area in Sheffield. Westfield was chosen as one of the 150 Big Local areas in England to receive a £1m grant to invest in the community over 10 years

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Westfield commended by RTPI

Dr Lee Crookes, Dr Andy Inch and Marion Oveson have been commended by the Royal Town Planning Institute Research Awards, (Sir Peter Hall award) for their wider engagement work on The Westfield Research Project.

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Community Planning

We're committed to developing projects with local partners in order to deliver benefits for local communities, generate high quality scholarship and enrich the student learning experience.

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WARP student volunteers

Student volunteers are an integral part of WARP. They take part in training and develop skills in communication, facilitating group work and alternative research/engagement methods.

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WARP Projects

Take a look at some of WARP's previous and current projects.

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