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Town & Country Planning PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

We have 27 Town & Country Planning PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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We have 27 Town & Country Planning PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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PhD Opportunities in Arts and Humanities at Kent

The University of Kent is outward looking and forward-thinking, with academic staff who are leaders in their field, outstanding facilities and award-winning student support. Read more
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Greening Blue Spaces in Hull

Access to rivers, lakes and coastal waters (‘blue space’) and green space provide social and health benefits. Urban blue and green spaces are also important for biodiversity, with positive interactions between organisms from both environments. Read more

PhD opportunities in Global Challenges at Brunel University London

Make an impact on the most important decisions made around the world today for a better future tomorrow. Conduct cutting-edge research at Brunel University London. Read more
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Healthy ageing, intersectionality and place

  Research Group: The Urban Institute
The UN has announced that 2021-30 is the decade of healthy ageing and the UK Government has identified the ageing population as one of its Grand Challenges, aiming to ensure that people can enjoy at least five extra healthy, independent years of life by 2035. Read more
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Intersectionality, access and participation in urban environments

  Research Group: The Urban Institute
Intersectional frameworks are increasingly gaining recognition as essential for analysing the ways in which longstanding and deeply entrenched racialized and gendered inequalities operate to privilege or disadvantage some groups of people over others than approaches which only focus on a single dimension of inequality (e.g. Read more
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Livestock Markets as therapeutic sites: evaluating third sector approaches to rural health in Wales.

Livestock Markets as therapeutic sites. evaluating third sector approaches to rural health in Wales. This research will examine the role of livestock markets in providing care and support for farmers and rural communities. Read more

Stakeholders’ Perceived Experience for Re-Positioning the Urban Parks: Nudging for Voluntary Services and Greener Newcastle (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/MOS/SHAMS)

Cities contribute significantly to climate change, with a major share of greenhouse gas emission originating from urban regions. Research on urban management and climate adaptation often fails to address different context-based challenges within the overall urban management dynamics (Kythreotis et al., 2020). Read more

Rural Housing Demand and Rural Economic Change (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/EIS/BOSWORTH)

Counterurbanisation has been associated with significant rural economic change, stimulating increased attention on the impact of in-migrant commuters and retirees on rural social geography (Lowe and Ward, 2009). Read more

Entrepreneurship, culture, and place: the role of Entrepreneurial Support Organisations in aligning entrepreneurship and context (Advert Reference: RDF22/BL/EIS/NEWBERY)

Recent research on Entrepreneurial Support Organisations (ESOs) has highlighted the need for greater processual, longitudinal, and experimental research that examines the role, purpose, and function of ESOs in encouraging collaborative relationship in entrepreneurial ecosystems. Read more

A cognitive spatial approach to informal settlements (Advert Reference: RDF22/EE/ABE/VIALARD)

Concern over the sustainability of metropolitan urban footprints has reached new heights in recent years following the continued expansion of land consumption to accommodate an ever-growing urban population. Read more

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