Through experimentation and open-ended research into the social, environmental and economic workings of urban societies, Built Environment researchers are at the forefront of enhancing academic and professional knowledge.
The School's research covers many aspects of the built environment and the disciplines which relate to it, with staff and students investigating a broad range of topics of both pure and applied research.
Current School of the Built Environment research projects address many aspects of the economics of property and construction, as well as urban planning, transport, project management, ethics and property rights.
The Faculty has established a number of active research clusters to further grow our research output, and to encourage cross-disciplinary collaboration.
Research at DAB is uniquely supported by DAB Lab.