Through research, we educate professionals who construct, manage and value the places and spaces of sustainable cities.
Research at the School of the Built Environment through the Faculty’s research centres is strongly focused on:
- Managing economically and environmentally sustainable urban developments and communities
- Urban sustainability, including: water and energy use, public transport, affordability and accessibility, and planning
- The history, philosophy and culture of the built environment
The Faculty's research centres, which provide collaborative specialist research in property, design, architecture and digital disciplines.
Master's degree by research in the School of the Built Environment.
Digests of research produced by our Built Environment research students and staff.
DAB scholarships are tied to active researchers and linked to already existing specialisations, and are open to local students who are commencing a PhD.
Conferences convened by the School of the Built Environment.
News about Built Environment research and researchers.
Useful information for future and current research students at the School of the Built Environment.
Research centres run or supported by staff of the School of the Built Environment.
Key contacts for all questions about research at the School of the Built Environment.
Research publications and activities (including exhibitions) published or produced by academic staff of the School of the Built Environment in the last two years.
Books published by the Faculty can be purchased on our web site.
Research at DAB is uniquely supported by DABLab.