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Use this list to help you identify members of staff with research interests relevant to your proposed PhD.

Supervisor Research Interests
Professor Rowland Atkinson Gated communities; segregation; crime and harm; gentrification; sound and noise. 
Professor John Flint Housing, governance, urban studies
Professor Tom Goodfellow Africa, land, politics, infrastructure, conflict. 
Dr Philipp Horn Urban indigeneity, participatory planning, alternatives to development, knowledge co-production, Latin America.
Dr Andy Inch Planning theory, publics, futures, politics, ideology.
Dr Berna Keskin  Housing, housing prices, real estate, investor, developer. 
Dr Melanie Lombard Urban informality, housing, land, conflict, comparative urbanism.
Dr Ally Lu Historic urban landscape, conservation planning, East Asian cities, sustainable planning and design, place-based memory and identity.  
Dr Michael Martin  Urban regeneration, urban cities, cities for play, temporary urbanism, child-friendly cities.
Dr Paula Meth Everyday urbanism, gender, housing, cities, Global South. 
Dr Olayiwola Oladrian Real estate markets, housing, operational real estate, PropTech, urban economics.
Dr Madeleine Pill Urban/local/neighbourhood; governance; public policy; empowerment; planning; austerity.
Ryan Powell  Urban marginality; housing; Roma; migrants; class; group stigmatisation
Dr Jenny Preece Housing aspirations, housing choice, neighbourhood, marginalisation, belonging.
Professor David Robinson Housing, policy and politics, inequality and exclusion, housing alternatives.
Liz Sharp Public engagement, adaptation to climate change, green infrastructure, participation, water.
Professor Malcom Tait Planning, ethnography, professionalism, urban regeneration, public interest. 
Dr Amparo Tarazona Vento Urban politic, governance of urbanisation, urban regeneration, megaprojects, iconic architecture.
Dr Aidan While Climate change, automation and robots, planning control, environmental change, strategic planning.
Dr Glyn Williams Participation, governance, Global South, the everyday state, marginalisation.