CRESR

Business

Professor Paul Hickman

Job title: 
Professor of Housing and Social Policy, BSc (Hons), MPhil, Cantab, PhD

Phone 0114 225 4522
E-mail p.g.hickman@shu.ac.uk

Professor Ian Cole

Job title: 
Principal research fellow, BA, DipSocAdmin, MPhil

Phone 0114 225 4032
E-mail i.d.cole@shu.ac.uk

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Go Racing in Yorkshire

Dr Tony Gore

Job title: 
Research Fellow, BA, MSc, MA, PhD

Phone 0114 225 3561
E-mail t.gore@shu.ac.uk

Tony is a Research Fellow in CRESR. He has extensive experience of research and evaluation on urban and regional issues, and is an acknowledged expert on labour market disadvantage, policy integration and the geographies of governance.

Active Travel as part of healthy and inclusive cities

Start date: 
Wed, 19/05/2021
Closing date: 
Wed, 19/05/2021
Venue: 
Online
Event contact: 
Melissa McGregor (m.c.mcgregor@shu.ac.uk)

Seminar details and joining instructions

This seminar will be recorded and the the video will be made available here following the event.

Time: 10-11 am

Joining details: https://shu.zoom.us/j/93300397530 / Meeting ID: 933 0039 7530

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Speakers

  • Rachel Aldred (Westminster University)
  • Stephen Edwards (Living Streets)
  • Pete Zanzottera (Sheffield City Region MCA)

Biographies and abstracts

Spatial inequalities: deprivation, household income and infrastructure

Start date: 
Wed, 21/04/2021
Closing date: 
Wed, 21/04/2021
Venue: 
Online
Event contact: 
Melissa McGregor (m.c.mcgregor@shu.ac.uk)

Time: 14:00-15:00

SEMINAR INFORMATION

The recording of this seminar is now available.

SPEAKERS

Creating thriving high streets after Covid-19: a new research network launching on 13 May

Start date: 
Thu, 13/05/2021
Closing date: 
Thu, 13/05/2021
Venue: 
Online
Event contact: 
Julian Dobson (julian.dobson@shu.ac.uk)

The context

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted continuing fractures and socioeconomic challenges in contemporary society, accelerating processes of change that were already underway. The traditional high street, with its focus on retail and leisure, has been particularly hard hit. The debate over its future brings together questions of social and economic equity, spatial planning and management, public health and climate change adaptation. This is fertile ground for researchers with potential for direct impact and wider public engagement.

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