Our research agenda aims to produce more inclusive and just cities that are economically, environmentally and socially sustainable, both for current and for future generations.
Our research groups have gained significant research funding in recent years; and have already made a significant difference through engagement and impact activities.
We view real estate and urban markets through a multidisciplinary lens in developing theories, methods, and state-of-the-art tools for property research.
Developing innovative ways of theorising and understanding contemporary political and economic challenges.
Engaging with the sustainability challenges posed by urban growth in an academic and policy-relevant way.
This group seeks to better understand urban transformation and the complex challenges facing cities in developing countries.
MARG's mission is to open up new areas of architectural research and facilitate new ways of engaging in public debate.
MUARG work with national, regional and local government, third-sector organisations, NGOs, and older people, to promote 'age-friendly' urban environments.