Real Estate and Infrastructure
UCL recognises the richness and diversity of the value that real estate and infrastructure generates. Our approach is holistic rather than from a single, specialist viewpoint. We tackle head-on the challenges presented by a changing world.
Our centres such as the Bartlett Real Estate Institute enables delegates and organisations to evaluate real estate critically within a broad societal, economic and environmental context. Likewise the Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources provide world class expertise on climate change, energy security and the sustainable use of natural resources.
UCL Consultants negotiates partnership with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office to help Peru develop a low carbon transport strategy.
UCL scientists worked with London Underground to help with experimental designs for a new generation of trains.
UCL Transport Institute (UCLTI) commissioned by the Department for Transport (DfT) to conduct scoping study into the social and behavioural questions associated with automated vehicles.