Geoff has been re-elected to the Royal Town Planning Institute International Committee and attended the first meeting of 2023 earlier this week. He looks forward to promoting sustainable built environments and protecting the public interest.
Geoff is proud to announce that his new book ‘Somewhere to Live: Rising to the global urban land and housing challenge’ is launched today! The book provides an in-depth analysis of the current challenges in countries at all levels of social and economic development and provides examples of different approaches that can reduce inequality and […]
Geoff was invited by the UK Built Environment Advisory Group and UN-Habitat to make a presentation at the Transition Training and Dialogue on Global Future Cities, for senior officials from nineteen cities in ten countries. The event was held during 10-14 September at the Royal Institute of British Architects and Geoff’s presentation was on ‘Engaging with urban […]
Late in 2017, Geoff was invited to give a public lecture at Goodenough College London. He decided to use the opportunity to look back over the years and address the global land and housing challenge, identifying lessons for future policy and practice. He is now building on this for a new publication of the same […]