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Architecture, Building & Planning PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

We have 134 Architecture, Building & Planning PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students in the UK

Biodiversity and solar farms: risks and opportunities Ref: 5099

Location: The academic supervisors are based at the University of Exeter’s Cornwall Campus in Penryn, Cornwall, and field work will be undertaken in South-East England – the balance between time spent at each location will be discussed at offer stage and during the project. . Read more

Radical place-making: folk counter-geographies and cultural representations of opposition to power in Aberdeen, Scotland

The University of Aberdeen is an internationally recognised centre for excellence for research addressing the global challenges of energy transition, environment and biodiversity, social inclusion and cultural diversity, health, nutrition and wellbeing, and data and artificial intelligence. Read more

Circular Economy Strategies in Building Environment Engineering

This research project presents a unique opportunity for individuals interested in addressing sustainability challenges within the building environment through the lens of circular economy principles. Read more

ESG in property valuation/management

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) measures in the real estate sector continue to grow in both industry and academic relevance. Read more
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Unlocking the Potential: Recycling Mine Tailings for Regenerative Sustainability in Cementitious Construction Materials

Due to the complex chemical composition, acid generation potential and the long-term stability, the mine tailings, generated through the production of mines, are threatening the environmental sustainability and public health compared to the other conventional waste types. Read more

Examining the impact of Design HOPES’ interventions across NHS Scotland

The AHRC/ UKRI funded Design HOPES Green Transition Ecosystem (GTE) Hub aims to empower novel research to respond to significant green transition challenges in innovative, design-led collaborative ways. Read more

UCL SECReT: The International Training Centre for Security and Crime Research Degrees

UCL's Security Science Doctoral Research Training Centre (UCL SECReT) was founded in 2009 with support from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (ESRC) and an array of public and private sector organisations working in crime reduction security and law enforcement. Read more

The global challenge of senior housing provision

Populations are ageing across the world. According to the World Health Organisation (2022), by 2030, one in six people will be aged 60 or over and the number of people in this age bracket will double to 2.1 billion by 2050. Read more

Revitalizing retail amidst technological disruption

The built environment is increasingly susceptible to socio-economic, environmental and technological, disruptions that distort well-established institutional practices, and threaten the overall sustainability of the urban landscape. Read more

Exploring the potential of public-private partnership in the delivery of affordable housing

The need for affordable housing is a global issue that confronts developed and developing countries. Apart from exacerbating homelessness, the lack of affordable housing has been linked to socioeconomic and environmental challenges that negatively impact people’s health and well-being. Read more

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