Faculty of the Built Environment

Wates House is home to UCL Built Environment, one of the UK's largest multidisciplinary faculties in this field. Its workshop is regarded as the best of its kind in the country for architectural education.

The Faculty of the Built Environment, known as the Bartlett, focuses on the full range of issues that concern architecture and the built environment, and offers undergraduate degree programmes leading to professionally accredited qualifications.

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Changing London’s cycling infrastructure will improve safety

London and other cities in Britain could be made safer for cyclists finds a study by researchers at UCL and Loughborough University. The report commissioned by Transport for London (TfL), makes recommendations which could be implemented using £913 million earmarked by London’s Mayor Boris Johnson to improve cycle safety in the capital and increase the number of cyclists four-fold by 2026, say the scientists behind the study. More...

London: The Information Capital

‘London: the Information Capital’ showcases UCL data and mapping research

A new book bursting with London maps and infographics, published last week, is the result of a year of intense work by Dr James Cheshire (UCL Geography) and designer Oliver Uberti. More...