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A study of the relationship between networks of human activity and the changing form of urban and suburban centres through time. The UK’s suburbs are overlooked and poorly understood. Adaptable Suburbs is seeking to understand why the networks of street and spaces in twenty of the London suburbs already studied work well. Extensive, multi-disciplinary analysis is being used to explore the influence of social interactions and spatial movement on the economic vitality and adaptability of places. The project plans to make small suburban neighbourhoods visible to policymakers; provide new information and understanding on how to make place work better; and make this knowledge available to local authority planners so it can be applied and used where it is needed. | website
EngD student, Jessica Wardlaw, researches the design and usability of tools used for analysis and visualization of data in health service management, with a focus on promoting their use to identify spatial patterns in health data. Spatial patterns, such as the locations of population groups at risk of particular health outcomes, can inform the location of new healthcare services and ultimately assist the commissioning of services where they are needed and the reduction of health inequalities. This project is funded by EPSRC and Dr Foster Intelligence, and supported by an Industrial Fellowship from the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851.
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