Transforming the
Engineering of
Cities for Global
and Societal
Wellbeing

Research Themes

Our ambition

To create an holistic, integrated, truly multi-disciplinary city analysis methodology, which uniquely integrates wellbeing indicators, is founded on an evidence base of trials of radical interventions in cities, and delivers the realistic and radical engineering solutions necessary to achieve our vision

Our vision

To transform the engineering of cities to deliver global and societal wellbeing within the context of low carbon living and resource security through developing realistic and radical engineering that demonstrates the concept of an alternative future.

 

 

 

 

Research Updates

The first LC Newsletter of 2016 is now available!

The first LC Newsletter of 2016 is now available!

Read LC News for a listing of articles, reports, books, events and information that help us to realise liveable cities.

  If you have anything of interest that you feel should be included in the newsletter, please forward it to Joanne Leach (j.leach@bham.ac.uk) and Audrey Nganwa (a.nganwa@bham.ac.uk). Please email Audrey if you would...

Do smart cities realise their potential for lower carbon dioxide emissions? M Cavada, D V.L. Hunt, C D.F. Rogers

 Do smart cities realise their potential for lower carbon dioxide emissions? M Cavada, D V.L. Hunt, C D.F. Rogers

ICE - Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Engineering Sustainability Ahead of print SSN 1478-4629 | E-ISSN 1751-7680

http://www.icevirtuallibrary.com/doi/abs/10.1680/jensu.15.00032   Abstract

The last LC Newsletter of 2015 is now available!

The last LC Newsletter of 2015 is now available!

LC News is full of interesting articles, reports, books, events and information that help us to realise liveable cities.

If you have anything of interest that you feel should be included in the newsletter, please forward it to Joanne Leach (j.leach@bham.ac.uk) and Audrey Nganwa (a.nganwa@bham.ac.uk). Please email Audrey if you would like to be...

The October LC Newsletter is now available!

LC News is full of interesting articles, reports, books, events and information that help us to realise liveable cities.

If you have anything of interest that you feel should be included in the newsletter, please forward it to Joanne Leach (j.leach@bham.ac.uk) and Audrey Nganwa (a.nganwa@bham.ac.uk). Please email Audrey if you would like...

Liveable Cities Presents... The Skype Sessions Continue

An opportunity to discuss research with Liveable Cities team members via Skype

Each month, a member of the Liveable Cities team will host a 1-hour Skype session on a topic of their choice. The sessions are a more informal way of chatting with team members about their work as well as the larger...

The latest LC Newsletter is now available!

LC News is full of interesting articles, reports, books, events and information that help us to realise liveable cities.

If you have anything of interest that you feel should be included in the newsletter, please forward it to Joanne Leach (j.leach@bham.ac.uk) and Audrey Nganwa (a.nganwa@bham.ac.uk). Please email Audrey if you would like...

Built environment audits begin in Lancaster

Built environment audits begin in Lancaster

Researchers are collecting data on the condition of built environment features within different neighbourhoods

This week, Christopher Boyko and Claire Coulton began auditing the built environment in two neighbourhoods in Lancaster as part of the RC2: Wellbeing Research Challenge. Using the State of Place app (a web 2.0 version of the Irvine-Minnesota...

Critical infrastructures and sharing: implications for UK centralised infrastructure systems

Paper to be delivered to International Symposia for Next Generation Infrastructure (ISNGI) 2015

The above-named paper is to be delivered by Prof Chris Rogers at the 2015 meeting of the ISNGI in September 2015. The full paper will be made available via conference proceedings following the conference. You can find out...

The latest LC Newsletter is now available!

LC News is full of interesting articles, reports, books, events and information that help us to realise liveable cities.

If you have anything of interest that you feel should be included in the newsletter, please forward it to Joanne Leach (j.leach@bham.ac.uk) and Audrey Nganwa (a.nganwa@bham.ac.uk).   Please email Audrey if you would...

Ecological connectivity research in urban areas

The successful movement of individuals is fundamental to life. Facilitating these movements by promoting ecological connectivity has become a central theme in ecology and conservation. Urban areas contain more than half of the world's human population, and their potential to support biodiversity and to connect their citizens to nature is...

Future Events

Birmingham

The 8th Bi-annual Liveable Cities Summit is set to take place on Thursday 09 June 2016 in Birmingham, venue TBC. Full details of the event...

Past Events

Skype

Back in Spring 2015, Liveable Cities presents... The Skype Sessions held three successful sessions on topics, such as Determining City Performance, Complexity in Cities,...

Skype

Back in Spring 2015, Liveable Cities presents... The Skype Sessions held three successful sessions on topics, such as Determining City Performance, Complexity in Cities,...

Skype

Back in Spring 2015, Liveable Cities presents... The Skype Sessions held three successful sessions on topics, such as Determining City Performance, Complexity in Cities,...

Skype

Back in Spring 2015, Liveable Cities presents... The Skype Sessions held three successful sessions on topics, such as Determining City Performance, Complexity in Cities,...

Skype

Back in Spring 2015, Liveable Cities presents... The Skype Sessions held three successful sessions on topics, such as Determining City Performance, Complexity in Cities,...