Research Associate, Bartlett School of Planning, London, England, United Kingdom

Published at: 26 September 2008

UCL’s Bartlett School of Planning is a research-led planning school situated in Bloomsbury in the heart of London. The School is in a position to appoint a new Research Associate to work on the project, Global Place, Contested Space? The Case if the ‘New’ London Squares.  This ESRC funded research project is examining the design, development, use and management of new urban squares in London.
The successful candidate will be highly motivated, interested in developing research in this area, and effective at working in a team. The candidate should have a good first degree in a relevant discipline and previous research experience relevant to the scope of the position. The position is available with immediate effect and will run for eighteen months.  Salary is 30,115 (including London Allowance) (October pay award pending). The project leader can be contacted in confidence. Professor Matthew Carmona, tel: 020 7679 4876
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