The Bartlett’s schools and sections span almost every aspect of built environment study, and every one of them conducts research that’s independent, influential and internationally respected.
In the UK’s latest Research Excellence Framework exercise (REF2014), Bartlett research staff achieved the greatest proportion of 4* (ie. world-leading) ratings overall of any faculty in the built environment field.
Having started life in 1841 as the UK’s first school of architecture, The Bartlett added the School of Planning in 1914, and its other schools and centres in the last 50 years to become the UK’s largest and leading faculty of the built environment.
As one of 10 faculties within UCL, we are part of a unique community of extraordinary and diverse research talents, offering unrivalled potential for cross-disciplinary collaboration.
Vice-Provost of Research David Price believes that UCL's ‘collective wisdom is greater than the sum of its expertise’, and has challenged UCL researchers to tackle some of ‘major challenges facing humanity’.
Follow the links below for each department's website.
- The Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis
- The Bartlett School of Architecture
- The Bartlett School of Construction & Project Management
- The Bartlett Development Planning Unit
- The Bartlett School of Planning
- UCL Energy Institute
- UCL Institute for Digital Innovation in the Built Environment
- UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources
- UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage
- UCL Institute for Environmental Design & Engineering
- UCL Institute for Global Prosperity