I am a PhD candidate in the Bartlett Space Syntax Laboratory, UCL. My research is funded by an EPSRC Studentship, and is investigating the spatial, social and economic character of London’s railway terminus neighbourhoods.
London has more termini than any other city in the world, and its great railway stations have shaped the city, beginning in the 1830s and continuing today. I am particularly interested in the places behind stations such as Euston, Paddington and Waterloo, which have very different characters from the central London areas in front. I am looking at their development between the 1880s and today to understand why.
I have published a paper as part of my research: The Spatial Character of London’s Railway Terminus Neighbourhoods and have spoken at several conferences.
I have co-written a paper on the policy impact of Space Syntax research, as part of a research project funded by UCL’s Bartlett Enterprise Development Fund.